Angles in a Multi-Step Problems
Aligned To Common Core Standard:
Grade 7 Geometry - 7.G.B.5
What are supplementary, complementary, vertical, and adjacent angles? Let's revise the basics first; what is an angle? To simply put, an angle s=is the space between two straight lines that start at the same point. The straight lines are known as the segments, and the point where both lines meet is known as the vertex. But do all angles look the same? Some angles combine together to give us a single figure of angle. Lets discuss the different types of these angles. Complementary Angle - In some cases, two angles meet to form a single figure. Complementary angles are angles in which two angles meet to form a single angle. The sum of these angles is measured to be 90 degrees Supplementary angles - Supplementary angles are another type of angle where two angles meet to form a single angle. But in this type of angle, the sum is measured to be 180 degrees. Vertical angles - Vertical angles are formed when two lines cross each other. ‘vertical' here doesn't mean an up or down direction; it means that they share the same corner point. The interesting thing about the vertical angle is that they measure the same. Adjacent angle - When two angles share a common side and a common corner point, they are called an adjacent angle. These angles lie side by side but never overlap.
Printable Worksheets And Lessons
- Finding Angles Step-by-step
Lesson- My husband uses this trick all the time now. He's building
a deck out back.
- Guided Lesson
- Three great scenarios of finding missing angles of triangles.
- Guided Lesson Explanation
- Once you understand the first one, all the others are a breeze.
- Practice Worksheet
- The jungle is running wild with all types of missing angles. Find
- Angles Five Worksheet
Pack - Hope you brushed up on your angle vocabulary for this
- Matching Worksheet
- Match the missing measures of angles to the shapes that are missing
- Each Interior Angle Worksheet Five Pack - How many sides do these shapes have and what are their angles?
We go absolutely triangle and line crazy with these.
Please help students notice that some of these angles are not drawn to scale on purpose.
Math Skill Quizzes
Use the other angles as a reference and find all the missing angles.