# Maths Revision

- Created by: 14mandersp
- Created on: 23-05-16 20:52

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**Angles:**

- An angle less than 90 is called an acute angle.
- An angle of 90 is called a right angle.
- An angle between 90 and and 180 is called an obtuse angle.
- An angle of 180 is called a straight angle.
- An angle between 180 and 360 is called a reflex angle.
- Angles on a straight line add up to 180.

Angles inside a triangle add up to 180. This can be shown by tearing a triangle into 3 pieces, with a corner in each. Join the corners together to make a straight line. Because there are 180 on a straight line there must be 180 in a triangle.

- An angle is an amount of turn measured in degrees.
- Make sure you know this…

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# Maths Revision

- Created by: 14mandersp
- Created on: 23-05-16 20:52

**Angles:**

- An angle less than 90 is called an acute angle.
- An angle of 90 is called a right angle.
- An angle between 90 and and 180 is called an obtuse angle.
- An angle of 180 is called a straight angle.
- An angle between 180 and 360 is called a reflex angle.
- Angles on a straight line add up to 180.

Angles inside a triangle add up to 180. This can be shown by tearing a triangle into 3 pieces, with a corner in each. Join the corners together to make a straight line. Because there are 180 on a straight line there must be 180 in a triangle.

- An angle is an amount of turn measured in degrees.
- Make sure you know this…

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