Ordering Sides and Angles of a Triangle Worksheets
Visualize a triangle. You know the measures of all three angles, but not the side lengths. Can you point out its longest side? Now, what if you are given the side lengths and no angle measure? Can you determine the largest angle? Both are as easy as pie, if you know the relationship between the side lengths and angles of a triangle. There’s no big deal remembering it: the largest angle of the triangle is opposite to its longest side and the smallest angle is opposite to the shortest side. Direct high school students to implement this fact and order the sides and angles of triangles in this ensemble of printable worksheets. Sample our free worksheet and get started!
Practice ordering the angles of a triangle using the side lengths with this set of pdf worksheets, split into three parts. Figure out the largest and smallest angles in part A, order the angles from smallest to the largest in part B, and vice versa in part C.
Recall the relationship between angles and sides of a triangle and order the sides of the 25+ triangles in these high school handouts. Find the longest and shortest side and arrange the sides in ascending and descending order.