# Ch 20: SBA Math - Grade 7: Lines & Angles

This chapter solidifies students' understanding of major angle types and subject matter dealing with lines. By studying the engaging lessons in the chapter, students will be set for answering some questions on the SBA Math Grade 7 assessment.

## SBA Math - Grade 7: Lines & Angles - Chapter Summary

The concise definitions and helpful examples will ensure that students are well-acquainted with key content on angles and lines. From examining this chapter, students will be ready for questions on the SBA Math Grade 7 assessment about:

• Right angles and the Pythagorean theorem
• Obtuse and acute angles
• Rays and line segments
• The midpoint theorem
• Types of geometric construction
• Alternate interior and exterior angles

Students can easily look over anything again in a video lesson by using the handy video tags. The chapter's practice quizzes that correspond with each lesson target the most important components and provide an accurate picture of a student's grasp of the topics.

### SBA Math - Grade 7: Lines & Angles Chapter Objectives

The SBA Math Grade 7 assessments help gauge the extent of students' progress in the subject during the school year. On the summative assessment, one of the content categories specifically targets subject matter on angle measurement, asking multiple-choice, computer-adaptive questions. The quizzes available to students in this chapter may contain questions that closely resemble SBA Math Grade 7 assessment items.

12 Lessons in Chapter 20: SBA Math - Grade 7: Lines & Angles
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