MATH 206 Quiz Review An obtuse angle measures greater than 90 but less than 180 The appropriate tool to measure the degree within angles is called a protractor Two lines that intersect to form right angles are called perpendicular A regular polygon has all sides equal in length and all angles equal in measure Two angles who sum is 90 are called commplentary angles Two lines that do not lie in the same plane are called skew A right-angle measure exactly 90 Two angles whose sum is 180 are called supplementary angles An acute angle measure less than 90 Two lines that lie in the same plane and never intersect are called parallel A ray extends from an endpoint indefinitely in one direction Points that lie on the same plane are called colinear Polygons are simple, closed curves with only segments as sides A segment has two endpoints and contains part of a line An angle is the union of two rays that share a common endpoint, called the vertex According to Euclid, the three undefined terms are point, line, and plane 6 different types of triangles: right (one 90), acute (all<90), obtuse (one>90), equilateral (all sides congruent), isosceles (at least 2 sides congruent), scalene (no sides congruent) Polygons according to the number of sides: triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon, hexagon, heptagon, octagon, nonagon, decagon, dodecagon Degrees in a circle: 360 Degrees in a straight line: 180 Sum of interior angles of a triangle: 180 exterior: Sum of interior angles of a square: 360 exterior: Vertical angles are across from each other Know how to read a protractor Shapes!!!!!!!!!!!! Equal: = Not equal: Congruent: Parallel: Similar: Pi: Approximately: Perpendicular: