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- 1. The Geometry Quiz on Triangles, Angles, and Lines By: Camden and Payton
- 2. Lines
- 3. It is a Line Segment!
- 4. Lines a b
- 5. It is a Line!
- 6. Lines
- 7. It is a Ray!
- 8. Line
- 9. It is a Perpendicular Intersection!
- 10. Lines
- 11. It is an Intersecting Line!
- 12. Lines P
- 13. It is a point!
- 14. There are two things that make up a triangle. Its angles and sides.
- 15. There are three different types of angles.
- 16. Angles
- 17. It is a Right Angle! Right angles have an exact measurement of 90 degrees
- 18. Angles
- 19. It is an Acute Angle! Acute Angles have angles that are less than 90 degrees
- 20. Angles
- 21. It is an Obtuse Angle! Obtuse Angle has an angle that is more than 90 degrees.
- 22. Like the angles, there are three different types of triangles.
- 23. Triangles
- 24. It is an Equilateral Triangle! An Equilateral Triangle has all three sides that are equal.
- 25. Triangles
- 26. It is an Isosceles Triangle! Isosceles Triangles have to sides that are longer than one.
- 27. Triangles
- 28. It is a Scalene Triangle! A Scalene Triangle has three, but none are equal.
- 29. Thank you for taking the amazing Geometry Quiz by Camden and Payton!

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