Help your students prepare for their Maths GCSE with this free angles rules worksheet of 36 questions and answers
An angle is formed when two line segments or rays intersect at a vertex and are typically measured in degrees using a protractor. We classify angles based on their size. The different types of angle required at GCSE are acute, obtuse, reflex and right angle.
Angle facts are useful for finding missing angles in geometry problems. The basic angle facts used most frequently are: angles in a triangle sum to 180°, angles in a quadrilateral sum to 360°, angles on a straight line sum to 180° and angles around a point sum to 360°.
There are some additional angle properties that are useful when finding unknown angles in 2D shapes. For example, the base angles in an isosceles triangle are equal, as are opposite angles in a parallelogram.
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