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Questions | Answers |
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What is an acute angle? | An angle with a measurement less than 90 degrees. |

What is a reflex angle? | An angle that measures greater than 180 degrees but less than 360 degrees. |

What is a right angle? | An angle that measures exactly 90 degrees. |

What is a straight angle? | An angle that measures exactly 180 degrees. |

What is an obtuse angle? | An angle with a measurement greater than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees. |

What are adjacent angles? | Two angles that are side by side and share the same vertex. |

What are complementary angles? | Two angles whose measurements add up to 90 degrees. |

What are Supplementary angles? | Two angles whose measurements add up to 180 degrees. |

What are Corresponding Angles? What letter do they create> | Two angles that are equal on parallel lines. They create an F. |

What are Co-Interior Angles? What letter do they create? | Two angles on parallel lines that add up to 180 degrees. They form the letter C. |

What are alternate angles? What letter do they form? | Two angles on parallel lines that are equal in measurement. They form the letter Z. |

In converting big measurements to small measurements, what action do you take? | Multiply |

In converting small measurements to big measurements, what action do you take? | Divide |

What is the basic unit for the metric system? | The Metre |

How many metres are in a kilometre? | 1000 |

How many centimetres in a metre? | 100 |

How many millimetres in a centimetres? | 10 |

What is the perimeter? | It is the sum of the lengths of all sides of a figure. |

What are the 12 months of the year? | January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November and December |

Which months have 31 days? | January, March, May, July, August and December |

Which months have only 30 days? | April, June, September and November |

How many days in the month of February? How many during a Leap Year? How often is there a Leap Year? | 28 days 29 days Every 4 years |

What are the four Australian seasons? | Summer, Autumn, Winter and Spring |

What months make up Summer? | December, January and February |

What months make up Autumn? | March, April and May |

What months make up Winter? | June, July and August |

What months make up Spring? | September, October and November |

How many hours in one day? | 24 |

How many seconds in one minute? | 60 |

How many minutes in one hour? | 60 |