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McGraw-Hill's Top 50 Skills For A Top Score: ASVAB Reading and Math by Dr. Janet Wall

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Skill 44 Analyze Lines and Angles

ASVAB math tests include some questions on geometry. Often these questions will ask you to analyze lines and angles. This takes a little knowledge and some common sense. An angle is really two lines (sometimes called rays) that meet up at the same point. Angles are measured in degrees (°). Here are a few examples:

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• Angles that measure less than 90° are called acute angles. Figures A and B show acute angles.

• Angles that measure greater than 90° are called obtuse angles. Figures D and E show obtuse angles.

• A right angle measures exactly 90°. Figure C shows a right angle. A right angle is often indicated by ...

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