- Topics At a Glance
- Basic Shapes & Angles
**Angles**- Parallel Lines & Transversals
- Polygons
- Triangles
- Quadrilaterals
- Angles in a Polygon
- Circles
- Similar Figures
- Perimeter & Circumference
- Area (Polygon, Triangle, Circle, Square)
- Area Formulas
- Area of Irregular Shapes
- 3D Objects (Prisms, Cylinders, Cones, Spheres)
- Volume of Prisms & Cylinders
- Volume of Pyramids & Cones
- Volume of Spheres
- Surface Area
- Pythagorean Theorem

Not to be confused with angels, **angles **are the pointed corners of shapes. Angles can be named three different ways.

**This angle could be named any of these ways:**

- (counterclockwise)
- (clockwise)
- (just the vertex)

*Look Out**: when naming an angle using three letters, the vertex must always be the middle letter!*

Name | Description | Example |

Acute Angle | An angle less that 90°.
Lame joke: this angle is so small and a-cute! | |

Obtuse Angle | An angle greater than 90°, but less than 180°. | |

Right Angle | An angle that is exactly 90°.
This is commonly denoted with a small box in the corner. | |

Straight Angle | A 180° angle. It's - you guessed it - a straight line. | |

Supplementary Angles | Angles that add up to 180°. are supplementary angles. | |

Complementary Angles | Angles that add up to 90°.
are complementary. | |

Vertical Angles | When two lines intersect, opposite angles are called "vertical angles". Vertical angles are congruent. |

Oh, btw, congruent angles are two or more angles that have the same measurement.

Example 1

Refer to the following diagram to answer questions 1-4

Exercise 1

Name two sets of complementary angles.

Exercise 2

Name two sets of vertical angles.

Exercise 3

Name four obtuse angles.

Exercise 4

Name four right angles.