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Points, Lines, Angles, and Planes

Points, Lines, Angles, and Planes

Points, Lines, Angles, and Planes: What's the Point? True or False

1. How many lines can be formed from three points? -> 0
2. How many degrees are in a right angle? -> 360
3. Which of the following best describes vertical angles? -> Opposite angles formed by intersecting lines
4. Which of the following is always another name for ∠ABC? -> ∠BCA
5. How many endpoints does a ray have? -> 0
6. Adjacent angles always share which of the following? -> One side and equal measurements
7. An obtuse and an acute angle are added together. The resulting angle will be… -> Between 90° and 180°
8. Which of the following is untrue? -> All of the above are untrue.
9. Lines m and n are perpendicular. Which of the following is false? -> The lines form a 90° angle
10. B is between A and C. Which of the following is true? -> AB and BC are parallel