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A series of 18 screens that contain diagrams about basic angle facts. Students have to annotate the screens with key results. Spelling error c

A series of 18 screens that contain diagrams about basic angle facts. Students have to annotate the screens with key results. Spelling error c

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  • 1. Names for angles < 90 = 90 90 < a < 180 180 < a < 360
  • 2. Compass points and bearings North 000West East 270 090 South 180
  • 3. Angles at a point
  • 4. Angles on a line
  • 5. Complementary angles
  • 6. Opposite angles
  • 7. Parallel lines: Corresponding angles
  • 8. Parallel lines: Alternate angles
  • 9. Parallel lines: Allied angles
  • 10. Angles in a triangle
  • 11. Named triangles...
  • 12. Angles in a quadrilateral
  • 13. Named quadrilaterals
  • 14. Interior and exterior angles Also called external and internal angles
  • 15. Polygons Triangle RectangleIrregular Pentagon Hexagon Heptagon Octagon Nonagon Regular Decagon
  • 16. Exterior angles of a polygon Regular Irregular e e = 360 nExterior angles Exterior angleadd to 360 must be factor of 360
  • 17. Interior angles of a polygon Regular i e (n – 2) ×180Total i=internal = (n – 2) ×180 nangle i = 180 - e
  • 18. Circle angles

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