# Angular Vocabulary Quiz: Test!

10 Questions | Total Attempts: 1106  Settings Create your own Quiz An angle is derived from the Latin word angulus, which means "corner. "In geometrical terms, an angle is used for identifying the measurement of an angle or of a rotation, which is formed by two rays known as the sides of the angle, sharing a general endpoint, known as the vertex of the angle. This quiz has been developed to test your knowledge about Angles and Vocabulary. Let's try it out!

• 1.
• A.

An angle

• B.

A type of angle that uses varibles

• C.

An operation on 2 or more numbers to find a sum

• D.

A drawing that shows information

• 2.
An angle of fewer than 90 degrees.
• A.

Acute angle

• B.

Obtuse angle

• C.

Right angle

• D.

Vertical angle

• 3.
An angle of more than 90 degrees.
• A.

Right angle

• B.

Linear angle

• C.

Obtuse angle

• D.

Straight

• 4.
The two angles together make 180 degrees.
• A.

Acute angle

• B.

Obtuse angle

• C.

Supplementary angle

• D.

• 5.
An angle exactly 90 degrees.
• A.

Supplementary angle

• B.

Obtuse angle

• C.

Right angle

• D.

Acute angle

• 6.
Congruent angles formed by 2 lines.
• A.

• B.

Vertical angle

• C.

Straight angle

• D.

Complementary angle

• 7.
Angles with opposite rays that form 180 degrees.
• A.

Linear pair angle

• B.

Straight angle

• C.

Right angle

• D.

Acute angle

• 8.
An angle exactly 180 degrees.
• A.

Straight angle

• B.

Acute angle

• C.

Obtuse angle

• D.

Right angle

• 9.
Two angles that are next to each other.(share a side)
• A.

Obtuse Angle

• B.

Linear pair angle

• C.

• D.

Vertical angle

• 10.
Divides angle into 2 congruent angles.
• A.

Right angle

• B.

Angle bisector

• C.

Straight angle

• D.

Obtuse angle

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