Types of angles in geometry

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- Q1What is the relationship between complementary angles?They are parallel linesThey add up to 90 degreesThey are congruentThey add up to 180 degrees30s
- Q2What is the relationship between vertical angles?They are parallel linesThey are supplementary anglesThey add up to 90 degreesThey are congruent30s
- Q3What is the sum of complementary angles?45 degrees180 degrees120 degrees90 degrees30s
- Q4What is the definition of complementary angles?They are parallel linesThey add up to 180 degreesThey are congruentThey add up to 90 degrees30s
- Q5What is the measure of a straight angle?45 degrees180 degrees120 degrees90 degrees30s
- Q6What is the sum of supplementary angles?90 degrees120 degrees180 degrees45 degrees30s
- Q7What is the measure of a right angle?60 degrees90 degrees180 degrees120 degrees30s
- Q8What is the measure of an acute angle?180 degreesgreater than 90 degreesless than 90 degrees90 degrees30s
- Q9What is the measure of an obtuse angle?90 degreesless than 90 degreesgreater than 90 degrees45 degrees30s
- Q10What is the term for two lines that are in the same plane and never intersect?PerpendicularIntersectingCollinearParallel30s
- Q11What type of lines intersect at a right angle?CollinearIntersectingPerpendicularParallel30s
- Q12What is the term for two lines that lie on the same plane and intersect at a single point?CollinearPerpendicularIntersectingParallel30s
- Q13What is the term for two lines that lie on different planes and never intersect?PerpendicularIntersectingSkewParallel30s
- Q14Which of the following statements describes collinear points?Points that lie on the same straight linePoints that do not lie on any linePoints that lie on the same curved linePoints that lie on different straight lines30s
- Q15Which of the following statements describes coplanar points?Points that lie on different planesPoints that do not lie on any planePoints that lie on the same planePoints that lie on the same line30s