We use the words acute, obtuse and reflex to describe certain types of angle.

Example Question

Below are some acute, obtuse and reflex angles.

Practice Questions
(a) What type of angle is A?
(b) What type of angle is B?

Exercises

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Question 1
For each angle below, state whether the angle is acute, obtuse or reflex.

Question 2
For each shape below state whether the angle at each corner is acute, obtuse or reflex.

Point A
Point B
Point C
Point D
Point E
Point F

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