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A
• •D
Line AB and line CD intersect at
• E point E. They form
INTERSECTING LINES.

• C B


I Line FG ang line HI do not
• intersect. They do not meet at
any point. They are PARALLEL
LINES.
F


H


K

• Line KL and line JM intersect in


J M a special way forming square
corners. They are
PERPENDICULAR LINES.
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L

Keep Moving!

A. Identify the different kinds of lines in the figure below.

B C D E

A G H

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F K
• J
• I •
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a Identify 2 pairs of Parallel Lines.


1 and
2 and
• • •
• 2 pairs of Intersecting Lines.
b Identify
1 and
2 and
c Identify 2 pairs of Perpendicular Lines.
1 and
2 and

B. Using the figure below, answer the questions that follow.

•C
B there in the figure?
1. How many• lines•are •
2. What are the intersecting lines? D
•E
3. What is the point of intersection if line CI and line AI?
4. Which lines are parallel?
5. Which lines are perpendicular?

C. Using a ruler, draw each pair of lines in the•given


I statements.
1. Line AB and line CD are parallel lines.
2. Line EF and line GH are perpendicular lines.
3. Line IJ and line KL are intersecting lines. They intersect at point M.
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EXPLORE AND DISCOVER!

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A B C D

In the figure, if we cut from point B to point C, then we have line segment BC
or BC. If we cut from point C to point D, CD contains one endpoint and one
arrowhead. Therefore, CD becomes a ray, ray CD or CD.

B•

A• •
C

Ray AB meets with ray AC at point A. When two rays meet at a common
endpoint, they form an angle. Point A, the common endpoint, is also called the
vertex of the angle. An angle can be named in 3 ways:

BAC is read as "angle BAC."


CAB is read as "angle CAB."
A is read as "angle A"

An angle is measured in degrees ( ° ). Angles can be classified according to their


measurements.

A right angle measures 90°. It forms a square corner.

An acute angle measures less than 90°. It is smaller than that


of a right angle.

An obtuse angle measures more than 90°, but less than 180° .