This concept teaches students to classify angles based on their measure.
Discover how to classify angles as acute, right, obtuse, and straight angles.
Angle Classification Interactive
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Students will need to classify and identify angles as straight, acute, obtuse, and right. Students are provided with angle measurements and diagrams. Twelve questions.
Presents a set of adjacent angles. Classify the angle specified.
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