**Line segments** is a part of the line limited by two remote points.

Imagine a line. A line has no beginning and no end.

Now somewhere, anywhere, put a point on it, and chop off one part. Now you got a semi straight line, or a ray.

Now your line is limited on one side, and if you limit it to the other side you get a segment:

## Angles

We all know what a plane is, a flat endless surface.

An **angle** is a part of a plane enclosed by two rays. They are measured in degrees (symbol: ᵒ).

= (minutes) = (seconds)

Every angle is made out of three parts vertex and 2 arms (rays).

Angles are divided into six groups based on their measure.

First ones are the smallest – **acute angles**. Their measure is less than .

Second is the **right angle**. Right angle is always .

Third is **obtuse angle**, the one that has more than but less than .

**Straight angle** is the one whose two arms make a straight line. He always has exactly .

**Reflex angle** has more than and less than .

**Full rotation** always has exactly .

Angles can also be measured in radians, where 90 degrees is , 180 degrees , and 360 degrees is .

__Converting radians into degrees__

We learned that full rotation has or radians. To convert into you have to multiply it by 180 and divide with

By dividing that with two, we get that has radians. If we multiply with and divide it with , we get .

We can generalize that with a formula:

Degrees = radians * . Let’s see how it works.

Convert into degrees.

Degrees =

__Converting degrees into radians__

Opposite, when converting radians degrees into radians, for example into , you have to divide with and multiply with .

Radians = degrees * .

Convert into radians.

Radians =

## Constructing angles

### 60ᵒ:

Let’s say you have your side c and points A and B. And you want to construct an angle with measure of in point A.

This angle is enclosed by sides c and b, so you’ll construct your angle in point A. Draw a circle around your point A, it does not matter which radius you chose. Mark intersection of the circle with side c with D. Now draw a circle, with center in D, with the same radius you used to draw previous circle.

Draw a straight line that goes through point A and intersection of two circles you drew. You got a line which contains side b. And you got your angle.

### 120ᵒ:

Constructing angle whose measure equals to is very easy since we know how to construct an angle with measure . , and that means that we’ll simply construct two angles of and add them together. Put the needle in your compass in point F-intersection of your circle with previous angle and draw another arc with the same radius.

### 30ᵒ:

For constructing an angle with the measure of you’ll have to know how to bisect an angle. Since , we’ll firstly draw angle with . Mark the intersections of arms of an angle and circle with H and C.

We’ll put the needle of a compass in C and make an arc somewhere between H and C and do the same with H, then connect their intersection with our starting point and we got .

Other angles are constructed by combining these. If you want an angle whose measure equals to 15ᵒ you’ll simply bisect angle of 30ᵒ.

If you want 90ᵒ you’ll have to make twice 60ᵒ angle, and bisect the other one to get 30ᵒ and you’ll have 30ᵒ + 60ᵒ = 90ᵒ.

## Line segments and angles worksheets

__Line segments__

**Constructing line segments** (173.2 KiB, 145 hits)

**Constructing angles** (118.4 KiB, 140 hits)

**Construction of angle bisectors** (438.2 KiB, 129 hits)

**Measuring lines in centimeters** (105.0 KiB, 273 hits)

**Measuring lines in millimeters** (73.8 KiB, 223 hits)

__Angles__

**Determine a type of angle** (238.2 KiB, 127 hits)

**Angle relationship** (381.1 KiB, 133 hits)

**Measure an acute angles** (61.1 KiB, 226 hits)

**Measure an obtuse angles** (57.5 KiB, 234 hits)

**Angle measurement** (334.9 KiB, 148 hits)

**Draw an acute angle** (50.6 KiB, 230 hits)

**Draw an obtuse angle** (78.1 KiB, 176 hits)

**Draw different type of angles** (251.6 KiB, 141 hits)

**Converting degrees into radians** (121.2 KiB, 143 hits)

**Converting radians into degrees** (135.3 KiB, 135 hits)

**Coterminal angles** (136.9 KiB, 139 hits)