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Identifying the relationship between angles Worksheet

The total amount of space between two lines that are straight and meet at an end point is known as angle. Two or more than two angles are related or connected with each other, if certain conditions are met. For example, two angles can only be called supplementary angle, if the sum of the two angles is 180 degrees. 

Grade 7
Angle Relationships
7.G.B.5
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Teaching Identifying the relationship between angles

 

  • Vertical Angles: The angles that are opposite to each other when two lines cross each other. 


 

  • Transversal: When two straight lines are crossed by another line, the angles formed in matching corners are known as transversal. 


 

  • Complementary Angles: When the sum of two angles is 90 degrees. 


 

  • Supplementary Angles: When the sum of two angles is 180 degrees. 

Why Should you use Identifying the relationship between angles worksheet?

 

  • These worksheets will help your students to identify the common and differentiating points between angles. 


 

  • Identifying the relationship between angles worksheet will help your students to learn about different angles and their unique properties. 

 

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You can download and print these super fun solved equations with Identifying the relationship between angles worksheets from here for your students.

Teaching Identifying the relationship between angles

 

  • Vertical Angles: The angles that are opposite to each other when two lines cross each other. 


 

  • Transversal: When two straight lines are crossed by another line, the angles formed in matching corners are known as transversal. 


 

  • Complementary Angles: When the sum of two angles is 90 degrees. 


 

  • Supplementary Angles: When the sum of two angles is 180 degrees. 

Why Should you use Identifying the relationship between angles worksheet?

 

  • These worksheets will help your students to identify the common and differentiating points between angles. 


 

  • Identifying the relationship between angles worksheet will help your students to learn about different angles and their unique properties. 

 

Download Solved Equation  With Identifying the relationship between angles Worksheet PDF

 

You can download and print these super fun solved equations with Identifying the relationship between angles worksheets from here for your students.

Teaching Identifying the relationship between angles

 

  • Vertical Angles: The angles that are opposite to each other when two lines cross each other. 


 

  • Transversal: When two straight lines are crossed by another line, the angles formed in matching corners are known as transversal. 


 

  • Complementary Angles: When the sum of two angles is 90 degrees. 


 

  • Supplementary Angles: When the sum of two angles is 180 degrees. 

Why Should you use Identifying the relationship between angles worksheet?

 

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