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Geometry Video-Naming Angles
Friday, November 27, 2015
The video introduces the four main angles used in a high school Geometry class..
The four angles are, acute angle, obtuse angle,right angle, and straight angle.
Keywords: Geometry,Lines,Angles,Right Angle,Obtuse Angle,Acute Angle.
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