Angle Equations and Types
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Angle Equations and Types

Test your knowledge of angle equations and types, including complementary, supplementary, right, obtuse, acute, reflex, and straight angles.

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Questions and Answers

¿Cuál es el concepto geométrico que se utiliza para encontrar ángulos desconocidos en triángulos rectángulos?

Ángulos complementarios

¿Cuál es la característica principal de los ángulos suplementarios?

La suma de dos ángulos suplementarios es de 180 grados

¿Cuál es el nombre del ángulo que se forma cuando dos líneas se cruzan?

Ángulo recto

¿Cuál es la característica principal de los ángulos obtusos?

<p>Son mayores que 90 grados pero menores que 180 grados</p> Signup and view all the answers

¿Cuál es la característica principal de los ángulos agudos?

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Study Notes

Angle Equations

Complementary Angles

  • Two angles that add up to 90°
  • Example: ∠A + ∠B = 90°
  • Each angle is called a complement of the other

Supplementary Angles

  • Two angles that add up to 180°
  • Example: ∠A + ∠B = 180°
  • Each angle is called a supplement of the other

Right Angles

  • An angle that measures 90°
  • Formed by two perpendicular lines
  • Example: ∠A = 90°

Obtuse Angles

  • An angle greater than 90° but less than 180°
  • Example: 120°, 150°, etc.

Acute Angles

  • An angle less than 90°
  • Example: 30°, 60°, etc.

Reflex Angles

  • An angle greater than 180° but less than 360°
  • Example: 210°, 240°, etc.

Straight Angles

  • An angle that measures 180°
  • Formed by two lines that lie in the same direction
  • Example: ∠A = 180°

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