**The Angles in Everyday Life**

By: Tristin Phelps

**The Angles in Everyday Life**

By: Tristin Phelps

Collinear Points

A B C D E F

Collinear Points are a series of 4 points that can all connect on a straight line.

m

AF

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A B C D E F

Non-collinear Points:

Non-collinear points are points that don't all fall on the same line. (One Line wouldn't connect all points.)

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A

B

C

D

*Bottom*

Coplaner Points:

Coplaner Points are usually 3 or more points that lie within the same plane.

In this case it is 4 points that lie within plane *F*

*F*

*Top*

Non-Coplaner Points:

Non-Coplaner Points are usually 3 or more points that don't all fall in the same plane. In this case, A, B, C, all lie on the inside of plane *S* while D, lies on the outside of plane *S*

A

B

C

D

*S*

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*L*

*J*

A

B

AB

l

Two Planes Intersecting

Plane *L* intersecting Plane *J* at AB

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m

k

A

B

C

D

Line AB intersecting Line CD at point E

E

*Left*

*Right*

Line FG intersecting Line HI at point J

T

Y

F

G

H

I

J

Angles:

*Left*

AED, AEC, BEC, BED

*Right*

FJI, FJH, GJH, GJI

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A B

C D

E F

Line Segment CD

Line Segment EF

Ray AB

G H

Ray GH