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Identifying Parts and Naming Angles Worksheets

This page is broadly classified into two sections, 'parts of an angle' and 'representing angles'. The first section contains identifying vertex and sides of an angle, identifying the position of points and setting up own examples. The second section contains naming angles in different ways.

Parts of an Angle

Name the Vertex and Sides

Each worksheet has 9 problems identifying vertex and sides of an angle.

Vertex and Sides

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Your own Angle: Vertex and Sides

Draw any angle with the given vertex and sides. Students should use only the ruler to complete these worksheets. Answers may vary.

Drawing Angles

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Identifying Position of Points

A point can be either interior, exterior or on the angle. Tell the location of the points.

Interior and Exterior Points

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Your own Angle: Interior and Exterior Points

A point is given in each problem. Follow the direction and draw the angle. Answers may vary.

Angles and Position of Points

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Representing Angles

Naming Angles

Each worksheet has six problems in naming angles. Represent each angle in four different ways.

Naming Angles

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Missing Angle Representation

Three of the four possible angle representations are given. Find the missing one.

Missing Representation

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Common Vertex

There are two or more rays with a common vertex. Name each angle sharing the same vertex.

Naming Angles with Common Vertex

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