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What is formed in the middle when two rays have the same endpoint? |
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a) angle | b) degree | c) protractor | d) ray | |

Part of a line that has one endpoint and goes on forever in one direction is called a |
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a) protractor | b) ray | c) angle | d) degree | |

The unit used to measure an angle is called a |
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a) ray | b) angle | c) protractor | d) degree | |

A tool for measuring the size of the opening of an angle is called a |
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a) degree | b) ray | c) protractor | d) angle | |

A vertex is |
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a) a tool for measuring the size of an angle. | b) part of a line that has one endpoint and goes on forever in one direction. | c) the unit used to measure an angle. | d) a common (the same) end point. | |

Lines that never cross and stay the same distance apart are called |
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a) intersecting lines. | b) perpendicular lines. | c) parrallel lines | d) private lines. | |

Lines that pass through the same point and look like an x are called |
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a) parallel lines. | b) private lines. | c) perpendicular lines. | d) intersecting lines. | |

Lines that are intersecting lines that form square corners of 90 degrees are |
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a) parallel lines. | b) perpendicular lines. | c) intersecting lines. | d) private lines. | |

What is the angle called that has 90 degrees? |
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a) acute | b) obtuse | c) right | d) left | |

What is the angle called that is SMALLER than 90 degrees? |
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a) obtuse | b) right | c) left | d) acute | |

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