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Dec 16 2012

Ms. Wu’s Angle Love Song

Yes, I’m cheezy. I wrote a math song for my Geometry class. I wanted them to be able to remember angle relationships formed by transfersals. What better way to turn it into a love song??

Here are the lyrics:

If I were an ordinary supplementary angle,

would you add up to 180 make a line with me?

If we get together add up to 90 degrees,

then I complement you, you complement me.

Girl if you’re feeling lonely no need to be scared,

’cause we’ll never separate, we’re a linear pair

You vertical me, I vertical you

That means you equal me I equal you too

(Chorus)

Angles together flow

some are high and some are low

see eight angles formed by transversals

Make me your vertical

Congruency is all we know

relationships they come and go

So measure up and here we go, (let’s go)

(verse)

If we were to infinite parallel lines

that means we never ever ever collide

we’re on the same plane together we glide

stick with me ’cause you’re in for a ride

(TransVERSE ahah get it?)

Cross through her gotta cross through me first

cross us both and we’ll have to transverse

8 different angles all of a sudden were formed

listen up and you’ll see how they’re formed

(verse 3)

Corresponding, angle are twins

even though we’re on different limbs

same position on the parallel lines

we’re congruent all the time

(Verse 4)

we’re interior not inferior

we’re same sided and superior

we add up to one hundred eighty degrees

that means we’re supple, mentary

(verse 5)

we’re alternate we’re opposites

we don’t agree, but still the same degree

ones outside, exterior

the other inside, interior

(chorus)

Angles together flow

some are high and some are low

see 8 angles formed by transversals

Make me your vertical

congruency is all we know

relationships they come and go

so measure up and here we go!

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