# Lines and Angles (Combination of Two Line Segments)

In this quiz, you will find questions related to lines and angles, different types of angles.

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The sum of the measures of two complementary angles is

180° 60° 45° 90°

Which of the following statements is true about angles?

Two acute angles can be complementary to each other Two obtuse angles can be complementary to each other Two right angles can be complementary to each other One obtuse angle and one acute angle can be complementary to each other

The measure of the complement of the angle 46° is

90° 44° 16° 136°

What is the measure of the complement of the angle 80°?

10° 100° 36° 20°

The sum of all angles around a point is

180° 360° 90°

What do we call an angle whose measurement is exactly equal to 0°?

An obtuse angle A straight angle A zero angle A right angle

How many rays can be drawn from a given point?

2 5 8 Infinitely many

What is the supplement of 105°

65° 75° 85° 95°

What is the measure of the complement of 65°?

25° 55° 65° 45°

Perpendicular lines are lines that intersect at _________ angle

Right angle

Acute angle

Straight angle

Obtuse angle

A ladder leaning against a wall is an example of

Oblique line

Horizontal line

Vertical line

None of all

Horizon at sea is an example of

Horizontal line

Vertical line

Horizontal line & Vertical line

None of all

A soldier standing in the attention position is an example of

Vertical line

horizontal line

Oblique line

None of all

The measure of the angle which is equal to its complement is

30°

60°

45°

90°

A line which is neither horizontal nor vertical is called an

Perpendicular

Transversal

Oblique line

None of all

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Title: Lines and Angles (Combination of Two Line Segments)
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