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Name the lines and the angles Worksheet

Lines and angles are the two most basic concepts that lay the foundation for geometry. Line is a row of closely spaced dots that can or can not extend indefinitely. A line has only one dimension i.e. its length. An angle is a figure that is formed with the help of two rays that meet at a common point. They can be measured using a protractor. They are calculated in degrees. 

Grade 7
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Things to keep in mind while naming lines and angles 

 

  • Rays: When a line has no endpoint, it is known as a ray. They are the lines with one end at one point and the other at infinity. 


 

  • Line Segment: When a line consists of two endpoints, it is known as a line segment. 


 

  • Vertex: A point where rays or two straight lines meet is known as a vertex. 



 

                      Angles: 


 

  1. Acute Angle: A type of angle whose measure is less than 90 degrees. 


 

  1. Obtuse Angle: When the measure of angle is less than 90 and more than 180 degrees. 


 

  1. Right Angle: A type of angle that exactly measures 90 degrees. 

                                      Lines: 

 

  1. Horizontal Line: Lines parallel to x-axis and perpendicular to the y-axis. 


 

  1. Vertical Line: Lines parallel to the y-axis and perpendicular to the x-axis. 

    

  1. Parallel Lines: When two straight lines are parallel to each other. They are known as parallel lines. 


 

Why should you use the names of the lines and angles worksheet for your students? 

 

  • The lines and angles worksheet consists of concepts like angles, classifying angles, types of lines, and so on. Practicing these worksheets will help your students to understand these concepts. 


 

  • These worksheets will help your students to gain a detailed understanding of lines and angles. 

 

Download Name the lines and Angles Worksheets PDF

 

You can download and print these super fun named lines and angles worksheets pdf from here for your students.

Things to keep in mind while naming lines and angles 

 

  • Rays: When a line has no endpoint, it is known as a ray. They are the lines with one end at one point and the other at infinity. 


 

  • Line Segment: When a line consists of two endpoints, it is known as a line segment. 


 

  • Vertex: A point where rays or two straight lines meet is known as a vertex. 



 

                      Angles: 


 

  1. Acute Angle: A type of angle whose measure is less than 90 degrees. 


 

  1. Obtuse Angle: When the measure of angle is less than 90 and more than 180 degrees. 


 

  1. Right Angle: A type of angle that exactly measures 90 degrees. 

                                      Lines: 

 

  1. Horizontal Line: Lines parallel to x-axis and perpendicular to the y-axis. 


 

  1. Vertical Line: Lines parallel to the y-axis and perpendicular to the x-axis. 

    

  1. Parallel Lines: When two straight lines are parallel to each other. They are known as parallel lines. 


 

Why should you use the names of the lines and angles worksheet for your students? 

 

  • The lines and angles worksheet consists of concepts like angles, classifying angles, types of lines, and so on. Practicing these worksheets will help your students to understand these concepts. 


 

  • These worksheets will help your students to gain a detailed understanding of lines and angles. 

 

Download Name the lines and Angles Worksheets PDF

 

You can download and print these super fun named lines and angles worksheets pdf from here for your students.

Things to keep in mind while naming lines and angles 

 

  • Rays: When a line has no endpoint, it is known as a ray. They are the lines with one end at one point and the other at infinity. 


 

  • Line Segment: When a line consists of two endpoints, it is known as a line segment. 


 

  • Vertex: A point where rays or two straight lines meet is known as a vertex. 



 

                      Angles: 


 

  1. Acute Angle: A type of angle whose measure is less than 90 degrees. 


 

  1. Obtuse Angle: When the measure of angle is less than 90 and more than 180 degrees. 


 

  1. Right Angle: A type of angle that exactly measures 90 degrees. 

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