Angles Of Life Project

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Angles Of Life Project

  1. 1. ANGLES IN LIFE PROJECT Created By: Alex Windsor Topic: Nature Ms. Purdy Geometry D October 3, 2008
  2. 2. ACUTE ANGLES  To the left is a picture of an acute angle. An acute angle is an angle that is less than 90 degrees, (or a right angle).
  3. 3. RIGHT ANGLES  Thispicture is a picture of a right angle. A right angle is an angle that adds up to 90 degrees.
  4. 4. OBTUSE ANGLES Below is a picture of an obtuse angle. An obtuse angle is an angle that is larger than a right angle; where the lines extend out farther than if they were straight.
  5. 5. To the left is STRAIGHT ANGLES a straight angle, and that is when the right angle moves its lines downward to create two straight lines on either sides of the points.
  6. 6. COMPLEMENTARY ANGLES  To the right is a picture of a complementary angle. A complementary angle is two angles whose measures both have a sum of 90 degrees. There are a couple ways in which you could create a complementary angle with these images on the right. http://davidwrunyan.blogspot.com/
  7. 7. SUPPLEMENTARY ANGLES  Tothe right is a supplementary angle. This means that these two angles add up to 180 degrees.
  8. 8. BISECTED ANGLES Pictured above is a bisected angle. A bisect angle is an angle that divides something into two equal parts, so that its spilt halfway down the middle.
  9. 9. VERTICAL ANGLES  To the right is a vertical angle. A vertical angle is an angle with two nonadjacent angles formed by 2 intersecting lines. Also, all vertical angles are congruent.
  10. 10. To the left is LINEAR ANGLES a linear angle. A linear pair is a pair of adjacent angles whose noncommon sides are opposite rays. The angles in a linear pair also have a measure that add up to 180 degrees.

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