In This Chapter

  • What are angles?
  • Classifying angles based on their angle measure
  • Using a protractor to determine angle measures
  • Angle relationships and how to use them to solve equations

When you park your car, sometimes you have a lot of room to park, and other times it is a tight squeeze. Did you realize that as you are thinking about how to the park your car, you are actually thinking about the angle you should take to turn into the spot?

There are angles all around you. Chairs are made for sitting, tables are made for dining, and houses are made to live in all because of the angle measures between the objects used to create ...

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