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Geometry: Calculate Missing Angles at a Point

In this worksheet, students examine and calculate angles at the point where one whole turn is 360 degrees.

'Geometry: Calculate Missing Angles at a Point' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Maths and Numerical Reasoning

Curriculum subtopic:   2D Shapes: Circles, Angles and Bearings

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

In this worksheet, we will learn how to calculate the other angle around a point.

We know that all angles around a point add to 360°.

 

Question:

Calculate the other angle.

Answer:    Angle = 360° - 300° = 60°

Calculate the other angle

Calculate the other angle

Calculate the other angle

Calculate the other angle

Calculate the other angle

Calculate the other angle

Calculate the other angle

  • Question 1

Calculate the other angle

CORRECT ANSWER
152
EDDIE SAYS
Remember, the angles around a point add up to 360.
So, 360 - 208 = 152
  • Question 2

Calculate the other angle

CORRECT ANSWER
302
EDDIE SAYS
360 - 58 = 302
  • Question 3

Calculate the other angle

CORRECT ANSWER
200
EDDIE SAYS
360 - 160 = 200
  • Question 4

Calculate the other angle

CORRECT ANSWER
313
EDDIE SAYS
360 - 47 = 313
  • Question 5

Calculate the other angle

CORRECT ANSWER
154
EDDIE SAYS
360 - 206 = 154
  • Question 6

Calculate the other angle

CORRECT ANSWER
285
EDDIE SAYS
360 - 75 = 285
  • Question 7

Calculate the other angle

CORRECT ANSWER
297
EDDIE SAYS
360 - 63 = 297
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