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A. Opposite rays form straight lines and straight angles. Choices b, c, and d contradict the three defining elements of a pair of opposite rays. 34. c. If a vertex is shared by more than one angle, then it cannot be used to name any of the angles. 35. d. ∠EDF and ∠GDE share vertex point D and side DE. Choice c is incorrect because there is not enough information. 36. d. Opposite rays form straight angles. Set 9 37. 5° < 90°; acute 38. 90° < 91° < 180°; obtuse 39. 0° < 46° < 90°; acute 40. 3° < 180°; obtuse 21 Team-LRN 501 Geometry Questions 41.

E. they are both acute. they must both measure 90°. they are both obtuse. one is acute and the other is obtuse. No determination can be made. 48 Team-LRN 501 Geometry Questions 102. If ∠DEF and ∠IPN are congruent, they are a. b. c. d. e. complementary angles. supplementary angles. right angles. adjacent angles. No determination can be made. 103. If ∠ABE and ∠GIJ are congruent supplementary angles, they are a. b. c. d. e. acute angles. obtuse angles. right angles. adjacent angles. No determination can be made.

90° subtracted from 180° equals 90°. ∠AOB is a right angle. 43 Team-LRN 501 Geometry Questions Set 18 Map of Anglesville Ave. B Ave. Z Ave. Y alley CH Ave. A T Ave. C 93. Bisect means cuts in half or divides in half. EQUATIONS: m∠BTC = 68; half of m∠BTC = 34 m∠BTA = 180 – m∠BTC m∠BTA = 112; half of m∠BTA = 56 m∠ZTB + m∠BTY = m∠ZTY 56 + 34 = 90 ∠YTZ is a right angle. 94. Add the alley to your drawing. m∠Avenue Y, Courthouse, alley is 180 – (90 + m∠YTC) or 56. 44 Team-LRN 5 Pairs of Angles Well done!

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