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Basics of Geometry Basics of Geometry 1.4 Let’s talk about Angles What we will learn Basics of Geometry What is an angle made up of and how do we refer to each part of it? How do you identify and classify the different types of angles? What is an angle bisector? These questions will be answered by the end of short this presentation. Are you ready?!?!?!?! Basics of Geometry Remember Rays from yesterday…? Let’s look at a ray: A is called the initial point A B Ray AB extends in one direction without end. Symbolized by AB The initial point is always the first letter in naming a ray. Notice the difference in symbols from both a line and segment. Basics of Geometry Angles Well rays are important because they help us define something very important in geometry…Angles! An angle consists of two different rays that have the same initial point. The rays are sides of the angles. The initial point is called the vertex. Notation: We denote an angle with vertex B sides A C three points and symbol. The middle point is always the vertex. We can also name the angle with just the vertex point. This angle can be denoted as: BAC , CAB, or A Classifying Angles Basics of Geometry Angles are classified as acute, right, obtuse, and straight, according to their measures. Angles have measures greater than 0° and less or equal to 180°. A A A Acute angle Right angle Obtuse angle Straight angle 0°< m A < 90° m A = 90° 90°< m A < 180° m A = 180° A Basics of Geometry Angle Bisectors An angle bisector is a ray that divides an angle into two angles that both have the same measure. B A C Basics of Geometry Something to think about… You have just finished the second section in Geometry! Like the first section, this too is a very important section because it lays more of the foundation for the rest of the year! Much of the vocabulary you will encounter in this course will have its foundation in the ideas presented in this lesson as well as yesterdays. What is an angle made up of? Can you name the four different types of angles? Do you know the difference between all of them? Can you calculate and sketch the bisector of a provided angle? The classwork and homework to come will help you in developing a better understanding of these concepts! Basics of Geometry Quick Quiz !!!! Use the diagram below to answer the following questions. S a. Name the type of angle. Acute b. Name the vertex. R c. Name the sides of the angle. RT and RS d. Name the angle three different ways. SRT , TRS , or R R T