# Angular Vocabulary Quiz: Test!

10 Questions | Total Attempts: 1069  Settings  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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