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1 nalyzing Lines, Rays, Segments and ngles nswers 1) Line,, 2) Ray,,,,,,, ) Segment,,,,, 4) Parallel Lines ( & ) 5) Perpendicular Lines ( & ),( & ) 6) Intersecting Lines ( & ),( & ) F ( & ) 5. ( & ) 6. ( & ) 7. 7) cute ngle ) Obtuse ngle, 9) Right ngle,, 10) Straight ngle, f ) Line 12) Segment 13) ngle 14) Line F parallel to line 15) Segment G perpendicular to F 1
2 nalyzing Lines, Rays, Segments and ngles nswer Key nswers 1) Line, F, F 2) Ray, F,,, F, F, F, F ) Segment,,,, F, F 4) Parallel Lines ( & F ) 5) Perpendicular Lines ( & F ),( F & F ) 6) Intersecting Lines ( & F ),( F & F ) F ( & F ) 5. ( & F ) 6. ( & F ) 7. 7) cute ngle 8. F 9. 8) Obtuse ngle F, F 9) Right ngle, F, 10) Straight ngle, f ) Line 12) Segment 13) ngle 14) Line F parallel to line 15) Segment G perpendicular to F 1
3 nalyzing Lines, Rays, Segments and ngles nswers 1) Line, 2) Ray,,, ) Segment,,, 4) Parallel Lines ( & ) 5) Perpendicular Lines none ( & ) 6) Intersecting Lines none 5. none 6. none ) cute ngle,,,, 9. 8) Obtuse ngle, 9) Right ngle, 10) Straight ngle F ) Ray 12) Ray perpendicular to ray 13) line intersecting ray 14) Segment F perpendicular to ray 15) ngle FG 2
4 nalyzing Lines, Rays, Segments and ngles nswer Key nswers 1) Line, 2) Ray,,, ) Segment,,, 4) Parallel Lines ( & ) 5) Perpendicular Lines none ( & ) 6) Intersecting Lines none 5. none 6. none F 7) cute ngle,,,, F 9. F 8) Obtuse ngle F, 9) Right ngle F, 10) Straight ngle F F 10. F 11) Ray 12) Ray perpendicular to ray 13) line intersecting ray 14) Segment F perpendicular to ray 15) ngle FG 2
5 nalyzing Lines, Rays, Segments and ngles nswers 1) Line,, 2) Ray,,,,,,, ) Segment,,,,, 4) Parallel Lines ( & ) 5) Perpendicular Lines ( & ),( & ) 6) Intersecting Lines ( & ),( & ) F ( & ) 5. ( & ) 6. ( & ) ) cute ngle 8) Obtuse ngle 9) Right ngle, ) Straight ngle 11) Line 12) Segment 13) ngle 14) Line F parallel to line 15) Segment G perpendicular to F 3
6 nalyzing Lines, Rays, Segments and ngles nswer Key nswers 1) Line, F, F 2) Ray, F,,, F, F, F, F ) Segment,,,, F, F 4) Parallel Lines ( & F ) 5) Perpendicular Lines ( & F ),( F & F ) 6) Intersecting Lines ( & F ),( F & F ) F ( & F ) 5. ( & F ) 6. ( & F ) ) cute ngle 8) Obtuse ngle 9) Right ngle, ) Straight ngle 11) Line 12) Segment 13) ngle 14) Line F parallel to line 15) Segment G perpendicular to F 3
7 nalyzing Lines, Rays, Segments and ngles nswers 1) Line,, 2) Ray,,,,, 3) Segment,,, 4) Parallel Lines ( & ) 5) Perpendicular Lines ( & ),( & ) ( & ) 6) Intersecting Lines ( & ),( & ) 5. ( & ) 6. ( & ) 7. 7) cute ngle,, ) Obtuse ngle 9) Right ngle,, ) Straight ngle, 11) Segment 12) Straight ngle 13) Segment perpendicular to 14) Segment parallel to segment 15) Line FG parallel to angle 4
8 nalyzing Lines, Rays, Segments and ngles nswer Key nswers 1) Line,, 2) Ray,,,,, 3) Segment,,, 4) Parallel Lines ( & ) 5) Perpendicular Lines ( & ),( & ) ( & ) 6) Intersecting Lines ( & ),( & ) 5. ( & ) 6. ( & ) 7. 7) cute ngle,, ) Obtuse ngle 9) Right ngle,, ) Straight ngle, 11) Segment 12) Straight ngle 13) Segment perpendicular to 14) Segment parallel to segment 15) Line FG parallel to angle 4
9 nalyzing Lines, Rays, Segments and ngles nswers 1) Line none 1. none 2) Ray,,, 2. 3) Segment,,,,,, 4) Parallel Lines none 5) Perpendicular Lines none F none 6) Intersecting Lines none 5. none 6. none 7. 7) cute ngle 8) Obtuse ngle 9) Right ngle 10) Straight ngle ) Ray 12) Ray perpendicular to ray 13) line intersecting ray 14) Segment F perpendicular to ray 15) ngle FG 5
10 nalyzing Lines, Rays, Segments and ngles nswer Key nswers 1) Line none 1. none 2) Ray,, F, 2. 3) Segment,,,, F,, F 4) Parallel Lines none 5) Perpendicular Lines none F none 6) Intersecting Lines none 5. none 6. none 7. 7) cute ngle 8) Obtuse ngle 9) Right ngle 10) Straight ngle ) Ray 12) Ray perpendicular to ray 13) line intersecting ray 14) Segment F perpendicular to ray 15) ngle FG 5
11 nalyzing Lines, Rays, Segments and ngles nswers 1) Line none 2) Ray, 1. none 2. 3) Segment,,,,, 4) Parallel Lines none 5) Perpendicular Lines none none 6) Intersecting Lines none 5. none 6. none 7. 7) cute ngle 8) Obtuse ngle 9) Right ngle 10) Straight ngle ) Line 12) Line parallel to line 13) Ray perpendicular to line 14) Segment F intersecting line 15) ngle Z 6
12 nalyzing Lines, Rays, Segments and ngles nswer Key nswers 1) Line none 2) Ray, 3) Segment,,,,, 4) Parallel Lines none 5) Perpendicular Lines none 1. none none 6) Intersecting Lines none 5. none 6. none 7. 7) cute ngle 8) Obtuse ngle 9) Right ngle 10) Straight ngle ) Line 12) Line parallel to line 13) Ray perpendicular to line 14) Segment F intersecting line 15) ngle Z 6
13 nalyzing Lines, Rays, Segments and ngles nswers 1) Line,, 2) Ray,,,,, ) Segment,,, 4) Parallel Lines none 5) Perpendicular Lines none none 6) Intersecting Lines ( & ),( & ) 5. none 6. ( & ) 7. 7) cute ngle ) Obtuse ngle, 9) Right ngle,, 10) Straight ngle, f ) Ray 12) Ray perpendicular to ray 13) line intersecting ray 14) Segment F perpendicular to ray 15) ngle FG 7
14 nalyzing Lines, Rays, Segments and ngles nswer Key nswers 1) Line,, 1. 2) Ray,,,,, 2. 3) Segment,,, 4) Parallel Lines none 5) Perpendicular Lines none none 6) Intersecting Lines ( & ),( & ) 5. none 6. ( & ) F 7) cute ngle 9. 8) Obtuse ngle F, F 9) Right ngle, F, 10) Straight ngle, f ) Ray 12) Ray perpendicular to ray 13) line intersecting ray 14) Segment F perpendicular to ray 15) ngle FG 7
15 nalyzing Lines, Rays, Segments and ngles nswers 1) Line,, 2) Ray,,,,, 3) Segment,,, 4) Parallel Lines ( & ) 5) Perpendicular Lines ( & ),( & ) ( & ) 6) Intersecting Lines ( & ),( & ) 5. ( & ) 6. ( & ) ) cute ngle 8) Obtuse ngle, 9) Right ngle,, ) Straight ngle 11) Line 12) Line parallel to line 13) Ray perpendicular to line 14) Segment F intersecting line 15) ngle Z 8
16 nalyzing Lines, Rays, Segments and ngles nswer Key nswers 1) Line,, 2) Ray,,,,, 3) Segment,,, 4) Parallel Lines ( & ) 5) Perpendicular Lines ( & ),( & ) ( & ) 6) Intersecting Lines ( & ),( & ) 5. ( & ) 6. ( & ) ) cute ngle 8) Obtuse ngle, 9) Right ngle,, ) Straight ngle 11) Line 12) Line parallel to line 13) Ray perpendicular to line 14) Segment F intersecting line 15) ngle Z 8
17 nalyzing Lines, Rays, Segments and ngles nswers 1) Line,, 2) Ray,,,,,,, ) Segment,,,,, 4) Parallel Lines ( & ) 5) Perpendicular Lines ( & ),( & ) F ( & ) 6) Intersecting Lines ( & ),( & ) 5. ( & ) 6. ( & ) 7. 7) cute ngle,, ) Obtuse ngle 9) Right ngle,, ) Straight ngle, 11) Segment 12) Straight ngle 13) Segment perpendicular to 14) Segment parallel to segment 15) Line FG parallel to angle 9
18 nalyzing Lines, Rays, Segments and ngles nswer Key nswers 1) Line, F, F 2) Ray, F,,, F, F, F, F ) Segment,,,, F, F 4) Parallel Lines ( & F ) 5) Perpendicular Lines ( & F ),( F & F ) F ( & F ) 6) Intersecting Lines ( & F ),( F & F ) 5. ( & F ) 6. ( & F ) 7. 7) cute ngle,, ) Obtuse ngle 9) Right ngle,, ) Straight ngle, 11) Segment 12) Straight ngle 13) Segment perpendicular to 14) Segment parallel to segment 15) Line FG parallel to angle 9
19 nalyzing Lines, Rays, Segments and ngles nswers 1) Line,, 2) Ray,,,,, 3) Segment,,, 4) Parallel Lines ( & ) 5) Perpendicular Lines ( & ),( & ) ( & ) 6) Intersecting Lines ( & ),( & ) 5. ( & ) 6. ( & ) 7. 7) cute ngle 8) Obtuse ngle 9) Right ngle 10) Straight ngle ) Segment 12) Straight ngle 13) Segment perpendicular to 14) Segment parallel to segment 15) Line FG parallel to angle 10
20 nalyzing Lines, Rays, Segments and ngles nswer Key nswers 1) Line,, 2) Ray,,,,, 3) Segment,,, 4) Parallel Lines ( & ) 5) Perpendicular Lines ( & ),( & ) ( & ) 6) Intersecting Lines ( & ),( & ) 5. ( & ) 6. ( & ) 7. 7) cute ngle 8) Obtuse ngle 9) Right ngle 10) Straight ngle ) Segment 12) Straight ngle 13) Segment perpendicular to 14) Segment parallel to segment 15) Line FG parallel to angle 10
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