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Geometry Angles Worksheet
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21.
Identify a line segment.  a. Figure 4 b. Figure 3 c. Figure 2 d. Figure 1

#### Solution:

A line segment is a part of a line with two end points.

Among the figures, Figure 3 represents a line segment.

Correct answer : (2)
22.
How many points are required to name an angle? a. 2 b. 4 c. 3 d. 1

#### Solution: An angle is formed when two line segments meet at common point called the vertex.

So, 3 points are required to name an angle.

Correct answer : (3)
23.
An angle of 90° is called a _______. a. right angle b. straight angle c. complete angle d. acute angle

#### Solution:

An angle of 90° is called a right angle.

Correct answer : (1)
24.
"The common end point of two rays or line segments forming an angle is called the vertex". State if the statement is true or false. a. True b. False

#### Solution:

The common end point of two rays or line segments forming an angle is called the vertex.

The statement is true.

Correct answer : (1)
25.
Which of the following extends endlessly in both directions? a. a point b. a line c. a ray d. a line segment

#### Solution:

Among the choices listed, only a line extends endlessly in both directions.

Correct answer : (2)
26.
How many pairs of parallel line segments are there in the figure?  a. two pairs b. one pair c. four pairs d. three pairs

#### Solution:

Lines, which never meet are called parallel lines.

In the figure, the lines AB and CD, BC and DA never meet and are called parallel lines.

There are two pairs of parallel lines. AB, CD and BC, DA.

Correct answer : (1)
27.
How many angles do the four sides of a rectangle form? a. four b. three c. one d. two

#### Solution:

An angle is formed only when two rays or line segments meet at a common point. The four sides of a rectangle form four angles.

Correct answer : (1)

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