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1.
acute angle/8.2: An angle that measures less than 90 degrees/8.2

2.
angle/8.2: Formed by two rays with a common endpoint/8.2

3.
complementary angles/8.2: Two angles whose measures added together have a sum of 90 degrees/8.2

4.
degree/8.2: A unit used for measuring angles/8.2

5.
obtuse angle/8.2: An angle that measures more than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees/8.2

6.
protractor/8.2: A drafting tool used to measure and draw angles/8.2

7.
right angle/8.2: An angle that measures exactly 90 degrees/8.2

8.
straight angle/8.2: An angle that measures exactly 180 degrees and looks like a line with three points/8.2

9.
supplementary angles/8.2: Two angles whose measures added together have a sum of 180 degrees/8.2

10.
vertex/8.2: The common endpoint of two or more rays that form an angle/8.2

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