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# Angles formed by Parallel Lines cut by a Transversal Worksheets

Traverse through this huge assortment of transversal worksheets to acquaint 7th grade, 8th grade, and high school students with the properties of several angle pairs like the alternate angles, corresponding angles, same-side angles, etc., formed when a transversal cuts a pair of parallel lines. Our all-new resources facilitate a comprehensive practice of the two broad categories of angles: the interior and exterior angles (based on their position) and the congruent and supplementary angles (considering the properties they exhibit). Get hold of some of our worksheets for free!

Identifying Interior and Exterior Angles

Familiarize students with the locations of alternate interior, alternate exterior, same-side interior, and same-side exterior angles formed by parallel lines being cut by a transversal, with this printable practice set.

Naming Angle Pairs Formed by Parallel Lines Cut by a Transversal

With this bunch of image-based exercises, students get to recognize vertical, linear, corresponding, same-side, and alternate pairs of angles by analyzing the position and size of the angles depicted.

Interior Angles - Finding the Unknown | Easy

These pdf worksheets offer ample practice in finding one of the angles in an interior angle pair. Determine whether the two angles are alternate or same-side, apply the apt properties, and figure out the angle.

Interior Angles - Solve for x | Moderate

The measure of one of the interior angles is represented as a linear expression. Discern if the other indicated angle is congruent or supplementary to this angle, and evaluate the expression.

Interior Angles - Solve for x | Difficult

This batch of high school exercises depicts the measures of two interior angles as linear expressions. Equate the two expressions if the angles are alternate, or equate their sum to 180° if the angles are consecutive.

Exterior Angles - Solve for x | Easy

Recapitulate alternate and same-side exterior angles and linear pairs, and implement their properties to determine the measure of the unknown angles, in this stack of 7th grade worksheets.

Exterior Angles - Solve for x | Moderate

Assess your understanding of exterior angles formed by parallel lines and transversal with these printable pdfs. Form an equation using the congruent or supplementary property that governs each angle pair, and solve it for the value of x.

Exterior Angles - Solve for x | Difficult

Included here are 20+ figures representing the measures of two angles located outside the parallel lines as linear expressions. Work out the value of 'x' in each figure, and stay a step ahead of your peers.

Interior and Exterior Angles - Solve for x | Easy

Featuring 24 problems for practice, this set of printable worksheets is the ultimate in training students to identify alternate and same-side angles, form one-step equations using their properties, and solve them.

Interior and Exterior Angles - Solve for x | Moderate

With this learning material, 8th grade students are sure to gain immense practice in forming and solving equations using the congruent and supplementary properties of the indicated angle pairs.

Interior and Exterior Angles - Solve for x | Difficult

How good are you at solving linear equations with angle measures? Put your skills to test with this pdf practice set. Form an equation with the given expressions using relevant angle properties and solve for x.

Let students of grade 7 and grade 8 conceive of corresponding angles as the angles in matching corners of the parallel lines cut by a transversal and learn that their measures are equal, with our printer-friendly worksheets.

Supplementary and Congruent Angles

Name the angle pairs indicated in this array of 7th grade exercises as congruent or supplementary, and use the related postulates to find the measures of a few angles at the end of each worksheet here.

Parallel Lines and Pairs of Angles - Solve for x | Easy

The measures of congruent angles are equal, and supplementary angles make 180° when put together. Decide if the indicated angles are congruent or supplementary, and answer accordingly.

Parallel Lines and Pairs of Angles - Solve for x | Moderate

With lots of practice, this set of pdf worksheets helps brush up your knowledge of the characteristics of the various types of angles formed within and outside the parallel lines when cut by a transversal.

Parallel Lines and Pairs of Angles - Solve for x | Difficult

The figures here render the measures of two angles in the same-side, alternate, corresponding, vertical, or linear pair in linear expressions. Obtain the value of x by bringing the appropriate property into play.

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