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- Q1
Group the given measurement of angles to its kind.

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A part of a line that has a fixed starting point but no end point. It can extend infinitely in one direction.

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It formed when two rays meet at a common end point.

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It is the common end point of two rays.

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Which of the following illustrations shows right angle?

60sM4GE-IIIb-14 - Q6
Which angle is an acute angle?

60sM4GE-IIIb-14 - Q7
What kind of angle is represented when the hands of a clock say it’s 9:10 in the morning?

acute angle

right angle

none of the above

obtuse angle

60sM4GE-IIIb-14 - Q8
A 90-degree angle is called _________.

none of the above

right angle

acute angle

obtuse angle

60sM4GE-IIIb-14 - Q9
The only instrument use to measure angle.

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The unit of measure used in angle.

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