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Curipod generated lesson: "angles". #5-7

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1. Word cloud
120 seconds
Name three types of angles.
2. Slide
60 seconds
"use the relationships among pairs of angles that are vertical angles, adjacent angles, supplementary angles, and complementary angles to determine the measure of unknown angles"
Learning objective:
3. Slide
60 seconds
An angle is formed by two line segments that intersect at a point. Angles are measured in degrees, with a full circle being 360°. There are different types of angles, such as right, acute, and obtuse.
4. Slide
60 seconds
Angle: An angle is formed when two lines meet at a point. It is the amount of turn between two lines, measured in degrees. Right Angle: A right angle is an angle that measures 90 degrees. Acute Angle: An acute angle is an angle that measures between 0 and 90 degrees.
5. Slide
60 seconds
The angle between two lines that share a common endpoint is called the Vertex Angle. Two intersecting lines form four angles. An angle is measured in degrees and can range from 0 to 360 degrees.
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6. Poll
60 seconds
Which word makes this statement true? A pair of right angles can never be ___________ angles.
  • adjacent
  • complementary
  • congruent
  • supplementary
7. Poll
60 seconds
The angle below measures 62. What is the measure of its supplementary angle?
  • 28
  • 90
  • 118
  • 180
8. Poll
90 seconds
Which term names the relationship between <XYZ and <ABC?
  • vertical angles
  • adjacent angles
  • supplementary angles
  • complementary angles
9. Drawings
450 seconds
Brain break: Draw a unicorn eating spaghetti and wearing a pirate eyepatch.
10. Poll
90 seconds
In the diagram below, which angles are vertical angles?
  • <YWZ and <YWV
  • <VWX and <YWZ
  • <YWV and <VWX
  • <VWX and <XWZ
11. Poll
20 seconds
In the diagram below, what is the measure of <RST?
  • 42
  • 48
  • 132
  • 180
12. Poll
60 seconds
Which term names the relationship between <ABC and <CBE?
  • Supplementary Angles
  • Complementary Angles
  • Vertical Angles
  • obtuse angles

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