# Angles and Stuff Lines and Things Plane Shapes Space Shapes.

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Angles and Stuff Lines and Things Plane Shapes Space Shapes

This angle measures less than 90 degrees A-A1

What is an acute angle? Q-A1

A-A2 This angle measures greater than 90 degrees

What is an obtuse angle? Q-A2

A-A3 This is the measure of a straight angle

What is 180 degrees? Q-A3

A-A4 This is the sum of the measures of the angles in a rectangle

What is 360 degrees? Q-A4

A-A5 This is the sum of the measures of the angles in a triangle

What is 180 degrees? Q-A5

A-B1 This is part of a line, and has 2 endpoints

What is a line segment? Q-B1

A-B2 This is a part of a line, and has 1 endpoint (it’s ½ of a line)

What is a ray? Q-B2

A-B3 This is formed by 2 rays joined at their endpoints

What is an angle? Q-B3

A-B4 Two lines or planes that never intersect have this property

What is ‘parallel’? Q-B4

A-B5 Two lines or planes that intersect at a right angle have this property

What is ‘perpendicular’? Q-B5

A- C1 This plane shape is a 3-sided polygon with one 90 o angle (what is a ________ _________ )

What is a right triangle? Q-C1

A-C2 This plane shape has four sides, opposite sides are parallel, and no right angles

What is a parallelogram? Q-C2

A-C3 This polygon has 5 sides

What is a pentagon? Q-C3

A-C4 The points on this plane shape are all the same distance from the center

What is a circle? Q-C4

A-C5 This is the area of this rectangle 4 in. 2 in.

What is 8 in 2 ? (or 8 sq. in. or 8 square inches) Q-C5 4 in. 2 in.

A-D1 The six faces of this space shape are all congruent squares

What is a cube? Q-D1

A-D2 This space shape has two parallel, circular faces

What is a cylinder? Q-D2

A-D3 This space shape has a square base, and goes to a point at the opposite end

What is a square pyramid? Q-D3

A-D4 The points on this space shape are all the same distance from the center

What is a sphere? Q-D4

A-D5 This space shape has 2 congruent triangular faces at opposite ends

What is a triangular prism? Q-D5

Type question here Q-E1

Type question here Q-E2

Type question here Q-E3

Type question here Q-E4

Type question here Q-E5

Final Jeopardy Q’est-ce que c’est que. Subject: Space Shapes S-Final

Final Jeopardy This is the volume of a cube whose edge lengths are all 4 cm. long A-Final 4 cm.

What is 64 cm 3 ? (or 64 cubic centimeters) (or 64 cc’s) Q-Final Final Jeopardy

Daily Double

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