Angles on a Straight Line Worksheets
A straight angle is 180°. Go through this assortment of angles on a straight line worksheets to practice finding the unknown angle and finding the value of x. These printer-friendly worksheets on finding the unknown angles are categorized into three levels: easy, moderate, and difficult, to best suit the learning needs of 6th grade, 7th grade, and 8th grade children. Some of our worksheets here are absolutely free!
Bolster your practice with this set of grade 6 pdf worksheets to find the value of an unknown angle. The angles on a straight line add up to 180°. To find the unknown angle, add up the known angles and subtract from 180°.
These printable worksheets consist of three angles one of which has a variable. To find the value of x for each question, sum up the angles on a straight line, equate them to 180°, and simplify to arrive at the answer.
Go up a level in angles on a straight line with this set of moderate worksheets. Supplied with six problems, this set facilitates a rigorous practice. The measures of two angles are given; the task is for students to find the measure of an unknown angle using the given data.
Gear yourself up to practice these difficult worksheets for grade 7 and grade 8. Each question has three known angle measures. Use the information provided to find the unknown values of the other three angles. Every page in this section contains four problems.
Reiterate finding the value of x and the unknown angle with these pdf worksheets. Keenly observe each problem, and answer the questions. Be sure to make use of our answer key to check your responses.
Go through this bunch of printable linear pairs worksheets to hone your skills in finding the unknown angle of linear pairs. A linear pair adds up to 180 degrees.