Angle vocabulary worksheet

Name : ________________________

Date : __________________________

Using the word box below, write down the correct word next to each definition.


  Vertical angles
  Acute
  Vertex
  Side
  Supplementary angles


Adjacent angles
Complementary angles
Straight
Alternate interior angles
Alternate exterior angles


Reflex
Bisector
Right
Obtuse
Corresponding angles



This refers to an angle whose measure is 90° ___________________


One of the rays that form an angle can be called ___________________


An angle whose measure is less than 90° is called ___________________


They can use me to cut an angle into two equal parts ___________________


Two angles inside parallel lines on different sides of the transversal ___________________


When two rays form an angle, they have a common point called ___________________


This refers to an angle whose measure is bigger than 180° ___________________


Angles that are formed by intersecting lines and are opposite are called ___________________


A pair of angles with combined measures of 90° are called ___________________


An angle whose measure is exactly 180° is called ___________________


A pair of angles with combined measures of 180° are called ___________________


Two angles that have a vertex and a ray in common are called ___________________


An angle whose measure is less than 180° and bigger than 90° is called ___________________


Two angles outside parallel lines on different sides of the transversal ___________________


Two angles on the same side of the transversal. One is inside parallel lines and the other is outside parallel lines are called ___________________


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