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What is the method for determining the reference angle for the angle 220?
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Mathematics
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In figure, \[\angle 1 = {60^ \circ }\] and \[\angle 6 = {120^ \circ }\]. Show that the lines \[m\] and \[n\] are parallel.
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Mathematics
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Find the value of \[x\] in the following figure.

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Mathematics
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Two angles form a linear pair. If the measure of the angles is represented by $3x + 5$ and $x + 15$, then what is the value of x?

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Mathematics
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Two line segments with common end points form an _____.

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Mathematics
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In the given diagram , name the point(s):
(a) In the interior of angle \[\;DOE\]
(b) In the exterior of angle \[\;EOF\]
(c) On angle \[EOF\]

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Mathematics
Lines and angles
Find the number of diagonals of a hexagon.
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Mathematics
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If one of the angles formed by two intersecting lines is a right angle, what can you say about the other three angles?
a) \[{45^ \circ },{45^ \circ },{180^ \circ }\]
b) \[{90^ \circ },{90^ \circ },{90^ \circ }\]
c) \[{60^ \circ },{60^ \circ },{90^ \circ }\]
d) \[{60^ \circ },{90^ \circ },{90^ \circ }\]

CBSE
Mathematics
Lines and angles
$ {L_1} $ and $ {L_2} $ are two lines. If the reflection of $ {L_1} $ on $ {L_2} $ and the reflection of $ {L_2} $ is on $ {L_1} $ coincides then, the angle between the line is
A. $ {30^0} $
B. $ {60^0} $
C. $ {45^0} $
D. $ {90^0} $

CBSE
Mathematics
Lines and angles
Draw a line segment. Take any point C lying in between A and B. Measure the length of AB, BC and AC. Is AB=AC+CB?
[Note: If A,B,C are any three points on a line, such that AC+CB=AB, then we can be sure that C lies between A and B]
CBSE
Mathematics
Lines and angles
Count and name all the angles in these figures: -
(i)

(ii)
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Mathematics
Lines and angles
Can two angles be supplementary if both of them are?
$\left( i \right)$Acute, $\left( {ii} \right)$Obtuse, $\left( {iii} \right)$Right?

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