# Estimating Obtuse Angles

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- Q1This angle is about 170 degrees.truefalseTrue or False30s
- Q2Link the angles to their estimates:Users link answersLinking30s
- Q3This angle is about:160 degrees170 degrees90 degrees120 degrees30s
- Q4Put these angles in order, smallest to largest:Users link answersLinking30s
- Q5Link the angles to their estimates:Users link answersLinking30s
- Q6Sort these angles:Users sort answers between categoriesSorting30s
- Q7This angle is about:140 degrees95 degrees170 degrees130 degrees30s
- Q8This angle is about:100 degrees150 degrees170 degrees140 degrees30s
- Q9Link the angles to their estimates:Users link answersLinking30s
- Q10This angle is about:170 degrees130 degrees160 degrees100 degrees30s
- Q11This angle is about 170 degrees.falsetrueTrue or False30s
- Q12Link the angles to their estimates:Users link answersLinking30s
- Q13This angle is about:160 degrees175 degrees100 degrees120 degrees30s
- Q14Put these angles in order, smallest to largest:Users link answersLinking30s
- Q15Link the angles to their estimates:Users link answersLinking30s