Angle worksheets cover almost all aspects of angle topics in geometry. It contains naming angles in different ways, identifying parts of the angles, classifying types, measuring angles with protractor, complementary and supplementary angles, angles formed between intersecting lines, simple algebra problems based on angles, angles formed by parallel lines and a transversal and more. It also contains angle worksheets based on geometric shapes such as triangle, quadrilateral, polygon and more.
It contains identifying vertex and sides, identifying the position of points, interior and exterior points, representing angles in different forms and more.
This section contains measuring angles with protractor, reading protractor, drawing angles, estimating angle measures, simple problems based on solving equations and more.
There are seven types of angle pairs formed by a transversal, including corresponding angles, alternate and same side (consecutive) angles. Identify the relationship and find the missing angle.
The sum of the angles in a quadrilateral is 360o. Applying this fact, find the value of the missing angles.
This section contains classifying angles as an acute, obtuse, right, straight or reflex angle. Also contains drawing angles to represent each type.
Pairs of angles worksheets contain complementary and supplementary angles, linear pair, vertical angles, angles in a straight line, angles around a point, adjacent angles and more.
Apply angle sum theorem of a triangle to find the measure of the unknown interior angles. It also contains worksheets based on finding the value of exterior angles.
Apply the formula to find the measure of the missing interior angles in regular and irregular polygons. Problems based on exterior angles also included.