# Angle Quizzes & Trivia

An angle is formed by two lines, called the sides of the angle, sharing a common endpoint, called the vertex. Can you name the different types of angles? There are acute, right angle, and obtuse angles. Angles often come in various degrees. For example, a right angle forms a perfect L shape and is 90 degrees. An obtuse angle is any angle over 90 degrees, while an acute angle is any angle under 90 degrees.

Can you think of some famous angles of the world? Street intersections, scissors, buildings, and just about any two objects meeting form some type of angle. If you look closely, angles are everywhere! Angles may be a basic fundamental of geometry and trigonometry, but are you good enough to pass our angle quizzes? We’ll warn you now – they aren’t as easy as you might think!
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Use your knowledge of complementary and supplementary angles to answer the questions. YOU DO NOT NEED TO PUT THE DEGREE SYMBOL AS PART OF YOUR ANSWER.  MAKE SURE THAT YOU DO NOT PRESS THE SPACEBAR BEFORE ENTERING YOUR ANSWER...

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Identify the angle relationship between the two angles shown.

Whether you’re studying maths in school or college or you use it in your line of work, angles are such a pivotal subsection of geometry and is a skill people should strive to know regardless of their situation. How much...

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The figure formed by two angles and an endpoint is an

Decide if these angles are a right angle, greater than a right angle or less than a right angle

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