tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2633466533683944100.post4688313135570068424..comments2024-08-07T04:09:51.410-07:00Comments on Mrs. Yollis' Classroom Blog: Quiz: Angle ReviewMrs. Yollishttp://www.blogger.com/profile/08553708205781596148noreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2633466533683944100.post-41839962679956735982014-03-17T19:05:54.211-07:002014-03-17T19:05:54.211-07:00Dear Mrs. Yollis,
I concur with Aashi that obtuse...Dear Mrs. Yollis,<br /><br />I concur with Aashi that obtuse and acute are better vocabulary than greater than and less than a right when describing angles. I see a lot of acute and obtuse angles just looking at the screen. I see a Google Chrome tab bar that on the side looks like an obtuse angle. I see another obtuse angle in the tweet screen. The second tweet in the middle has an obtuse angle. I also concur with Aashi that 90o is a better word than right angle. Looking at the computer itself I see four right angles, making it a rectangle, parallelogram and a quadrilateral. The best name is a rectangle because it is more specific that the other names that fit the category. <br /><br />To answer Aashi’s question, a capital T has two right angles. A lower case t has four. A and V both have acute angles. A K has acute and obtuse angles. What letters have no angles? <br /><br />Sincerely, <br /><br />Bryce<br />Brycenoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2633466533683944100.post-78356398924443748852014-02-21T09:32:39.596-08:002014-02-21T09:32:39.596-08:00Dear Mrs. Yollis and class,
I think obtuse and a...Dear Mrs. Yollis and class,<br /><br /><br />I think obtuse and acute are much better vocabulary than greater than a right angle and less than a right angle. Another name for a right angle is a 90 degree angle. In class, I like the way we are using the lofty vocabulary words obtuse, acute, right angle, or 90 degree to enhance our vocabulary skills.<br /><br />I see a 90 degree angle on the American flag, a piece of paper, on a face of a microwave, the publish and preview buttons on your blog and some other blogs, the screen of my TV, and a capital L.<br /><br />I would see an acute angle on a slice of cheese pizza and any kind of V. I find obtuse angles on a analog clock when it strikes 6:00, an open book's edges, and a reclined driver's seat.<br /><br />What other letters have a right angle (90 degree), obtuse angle, or an acute angle?<br /><br />Sincerely,<br />Aashi Aashinoreply@blogger.com