The space between two connecting lines.
Acute
An angle that is less than 90°.
Obtuse
An angle that is greater then 90° and less than 180°
Right
An angle that is exactly 90°
Straight
An angle that is exactly 180°
Angle Bisector
The line that divides an angle into equal parts.
(equal angles are marked with the same mark)
Their are 3 ways to make an angle bisector.
1.a) Fold Paper until the 2 lines on your angle meet.
b) Use a ruler to draw a line on a crease.
2.a)Use a compass to make an arc from the vertex that crosses both arms. Label them x and y
b)Make an arc from point x and point y. They must be equal in size.
c) Draw a line from point B to the between the meter section.
3.a)Use a protractor.
(angle)
b)Measure the < D E F.
^

140°
c)Divide your measurement by 2. 140÷2= 70°.
d)Make a mark at 70° using a protractor. Label it Q.
e)Join point Q with the vertex with a straight line.
1. Make a 68° angle. Then draw the angle bisector using 2 methods.
2.How could you divide an angle into 4 equal parts ?
You can find out the angle and then divide it by 4.
3.Has each angle been bisected? How do you know ?
No because A is cut in half and B isn't cut into equal parts.
4.What are 2 examples of angle bisectors in the real world?
Pizza and Pie.
Here's a good link that could help you make Angle Bisectors.
An angle that is greater then 90° and less than 180°
Right
An angle that is exactly 90°
Straight
An angle that is exactly 180°
Angle Bisector
The line that divides an angle into equal parts.
(equal angles are marked with the same mark)
Their are 3 ways to make an angle bisector.
1.a) Fold Paper until the 2 lines on your angle meet.
b) Use a ruler to draw a line on a crease.
2.a)Use a compass to make an arc from the vertex that crosses both arms. Label them x and y
b)Make an arc from point x and point y. They must be equal in size.
c) Draw a line from point B to the between the meter section.
3.a)Use a protractor.
(angle)
b)Measure the < D E F.
^

140°
c)Divide your measurement by 2. 140÷2= 70°.
d)Make a mark at 70° using a protractor. Label it Q.
e)Join point Q with the vertex with a straight line.
1. Make a 68° angle. Then draw the angle bisector using 2 methods.
2.How could you divide an angle into 4 equal parts ?
You can find out the angle and then divide it by 4.
3.Has each angle been bisected? How do you know ?
No because A is cut in half and B isn't cut into equal parts.
4.What are 2 examples of angle bisectors in the real world?
Pizza and Pie.
Here's a good link that could help you make Angle Bisectors.
Great post Patrick, I really like the pictures, they made things a lot easier to understand. Maybe try to use less colors much to flashy and I swear my eyes kind of hurt just looking at all those colors, and it would be great if you added a video too.
ReplyDeleteGood job Patrick! It was very good. But you should have added a video.
ReplyDeleteGreat job, Patrick! The pictures made it easier to understand about the angles, but next time try to add a video! Overall, good job on the scribe post!
ReplyDeleteGood job Patrick! I really like you post. Next time try adding a video. Overall, it was impressive.
ReplyDeleteGreat job Patrick! I like how you drew some of the pictures yourself, Next time maybe find a video, but besides that Good job!
ReplyDeleteGreat post Patrick!! I liked how you put in more than one picture, it made the definitions easier to understand. But I think all of the colors were kind of confusing to look at. Next time I would only make the important facts a different color. But overall nice post!
ReplyDeleteNice post Patrick!!! I really liked how you had a picture for each of the ways to create an angle bisector. The ony thing I did't like was the fact that there was little picture symbols that blocked some of the words and I couldn't access the link because of teh picture symbols. Otherwise great work!!!!!!!
ReplyDeleteGood job patrick everything was great and easy to understand but next time don't put too much color on the fonts and add a video, but everything was great and neat. GREAT JOB!
ReplyDeleteGood job Patrick, I like the way you had pictures for all of the angles.
ReplyDeleteNice post Patrick! I liked the pictures that you had on your post, but next time add a video.
ReplyDeleteGood job Patrick!Your post helped me more understand about angles.Also awsome font and pictures!But next time add a video.Other then that you did good.
ReplyDeletegood job Patrick!your post was great and the link was great too!but you could have put a video but everything else was fantastic
ReplyDeleteNice post, Patrick. I like how you used a lot of colour. You should try putting a video next time.
ReplyDeleteAwesome post Patrick! Your post was very understandable and I like how you used alot of color. Next time adding a video?
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ReplyDeleteGreat post, Patrick! I liked how you use pictures to describe the definition of an angle. Next time, try not to use alot of color, espiecially red, it sorta hurted my eyes. Also, maybe try to find a video and a link. Other than that, GOOD JOB!
ReplyDeleteAwesome post Patrick! I like how you used lots of pitures. And how you made the text colorfull. But next time you should try getting a video.
ReplyDeleteGood job!!! i like how it is nice and neat and you used lots of pictures that really helped me.maybe next time try to put a video.Great job!
ReplyDeleteGreat post Patrick! I really liked your font size and colour. And I really like your example of an angle bisector. Next time you should add a video but otherwise it was great!
ReplyDeletegood job Patrick the pictures were very nice. Maybe next time add a video and use a little less color. But very well done
ReplyDeleteNice job Patrick! Your scribe looks awesome! I like how you changed the colours and the font. Also I like the pictures but next time add a video. Anyway good job!
ReplyDeleteGreat post. I think you sould put in a video though.
ReplyDeleteGood post Patrick I like the colours and the font.Youdid a good job!
ReplyDeleteExcellent Job Patrick! I liked how you had a picture for each angle. Next time try to add a video.
ReplyDeleteI like the pictures. You used too much colors though.
ReplyDeleteAnwsome blog Patrick. I love the angle pictures, but try not to use so many colors.
ReplyDeleteNice job. i like the picture.
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