Angle Worksheets

Right angles are featured prominently in many areas of our everyday life.  Look at your math book, you’ll most likely see some right angles.  Investigate every corner of  your house, more right angles.  Go to the end of your block, you’re almost certain to see some more right angles.

Right angles can  always be broken down into smaller angles, called complementary angles.  Complementary angles are defined as any combination of angles that forms a right angle.  From another perspective, complementary angles can be viewed as any angles that add up to exactly 90 degrees.

Using the math worksheets below, you can begin investigating these angles that you see everyday.

Complementary Angles Worksheet 1 –  Here is a ten problem math worksheet that features complementary angles.  You will be given the measure of one angle and then calculate the value of the angle that is complementary to it.
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Complementary Angles Worksheet 2 – Here is another ten problem math worksheet that features complementary angles.  You will be given the measure of one angle and then calculate the value of the angle that is complementary to it.
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Measuring Angles Worksheet 1 –  Warm up your protractors.  Here is a ten problem worksheet where you will you measure various acute and obtuse angles.  An answer key is provided, but teachers, remember to give your students a few degrees leeway in either direction.
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Measuring Angles Worksheet 2 –  Warm up your protractors.  Here is another ten problem worksheet where you will you measure various acute and obtuse angles.  An answer key is provided, but teachers, remember to give your students a few degrees leeway in either direction.
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