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On your whiteboard answer the questions about the shape: Describe each of the angles in the shape a b c © 2013
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The crocodiles mouth! Less than a right angle (Acute) 1-89° Less than half open Right angle 90° Exactly half open More than a right angle (Obtuse) ° More than half open Between a straight line and a circle (Reflex) ° A crocodile cant open its mouth this wide! © 2013
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