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Vertical Angles Worksheets

When two lines intersect, two pairs of congruent angles are formed. Our printable vertical angles worksheets for grade 6, grade 7, and grade 8 take a shot at simplifying the practice of these congruent angles called vertically opposite angles. Upon close observation, it's revealed that two intersecting lines give rise to four linear pairs too. Bring into play the appropriate properties of these angles formed by intersecting lines and crack the pdf exercises on finding the unknown angle measures and solving variable equations involving angle measures. Take a look at our free worksheets!

Vertical Angles | Vertically Opposite Angles

Bank on success in identifying vertically opposite angles in multiple rays and finding the size of angles that share the same vertex, with our vertical angles worksheets. Remember vertical angles are congruent.

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Finding Unknown Angles

Before you hand out our printable vertical angles worksheets to 6th grade and 7th grade students, drill them on the congruent and supplementary properties of the angles formed by intersecting lines.

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Algebra in Vertical Angles | One-Step

This set of angles formed by intersecting lines worksheets depicts vertical angles with one angle measure and the opposite angle as a variable expression. Simply equate both the angles and solve for x.

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Algebra in Vertical Angles | Two-Step

Hurray! The solution is just two steps away! Set up the equation using the expression on the left and measure on the right; rearrange it to make x the subject; perform the operations; solve for the variable.

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Algebra in Vertical Angles | Multi-Step

Let your 8th grade students test themselves with these pdfs. Equate the expressions and solve for x, plug in the value and find a pair of opposite angles, subtract the measure from 180°, and determine the other pair.

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