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Acute, Right, Obtuse

Posted by on January 24, 2014

This week in math we learned about acute, obtuse, and right angles. I was sick for two days so I missed a lot, but I got right on track when Mrs. Resnick helped me after lunch. I was a little bit confused and then it started to make sense. 90 degrees is a right angle. If you have something below that, it is an acute angle. If there is something above that, it is an obtuse angle. I am still learning about them in class and I might need a little review tomorrow. Right now though, they have been very easy for me. I took a pop quiz on it at lunch and I think I got 100, but I’m not sure. I really do hope I get a good grade. Anyways, math has been a breeze and I hope it’s like this for the rest of the year.

Acute, Right and Obtuse Angles

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One Response to Acute, Right, Obtuse

  1. Zach M

    Dear Elior,
    I do like the subject of angles I also learned aboout that from my friend Ayden. We learned the same things I thoughht that was a great topic and and a great skill.

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