Lines, Line Segments, Rays, and Angles
Contributed by: Kacie

 1. This is a part of a line that has one endpoint and goes on forever in one direction.A) angleB) rayC) lineD) line segment2. This is this point at which two lines or rays meet to form an angle.A) vertexB) angleC) parallelD) line3. This is a straight path that goes on forever in both directions.A) line segmentB) lineC) angleD) ray4. This is an angle that measures less than 90 degrees.A) actue angleB) obtuse angleC) right angleD) small angle5. These are lines that cross at any point.A) perpendicular linesB) parallel linesC) intersecting linesD) straight lines6. This is an angle that measures more than 90 degreesA) obtuse angleB) acute angleC) right angleD) large angle7. These are lines that never intersect.A) perpendicular linesB) intersecting linesC) parallel linesD) non-intersecting lines8. This is an angle that measures 90 degrees.A) right angleB) obtuse angleC) square angleD) acute angle9. These are lines that cross to form a right angle.A) intersecting linesB) parallel linesC) cross linesD) perpendicular lines10. This is a part of a line that has two endpoints.A) line segmentB) lineC) angleD) ray11. This is formed by two rays that meet at a common point.A) line segmentB) lineC) rayD) angle12. This is the point at which two lines or rays meet to form an angle.A) angleB) vertexC) lineD) ray
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