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# Inscribed Angles and Central Angles Worksheets

Get weaving with our inscribed angles and central angles printable worksheets and make the grade in a key math topic! The inscribed angle is an angle formed by two chords having their common endpoint on the circle. The central angle is an angle subtended by an arc of the circle at the center of the circle. Brimming with problems, these pdfs include exercises on finding the inscribed angles, central angles, intercepted arcs, and many more. Check out our free resources and see what's in store for you!

Naming Central Angles and Inscribed Angles

Set high school students a task of looking at the gamut of illustrations presented here and practicing naming the central angles and inscribed angles.

According to the inscribed angle theorem, the measure of an inscribed angle is always half the measure of the arc it intercepts. So to find the inscribed angle, divide the measure of the central angle by two.

Get the hang of the relationship between inscribed angles and central angles with this collection of inscribed angles and central angles pdf worksheets. Multiply the measure of the inscribed angle by two to find the central angle.

Task students to identify whether the given angle is central or inscribed, and then determine the measure of the intercepted arc with these high school pdfs.

Are you a dab hand at finding the measures of central and inscribed angles? Prove you're with our mixed review pdfs that help showcase your mastery in central angles and inscribed angles.

Review finding the indicated value of the angles with this bundle of central and inscribed angles printable worksheets. Make the most of these sets and help students become conversant with this topic.

Finding Central and Inscribed Angles Using Algebra

The measures of the central angle and the inscribed angle are represented as algebraic expressions in these pdfs. Solve for x and then substitute the value of x to calculate the measure of the inscribed and central angles.