# Angle Multiples of 90°

In this worksheet, students must identify angles which are multiples of 90° by counting right angles. Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Geometry: Properties of Shapes

Curriculum subtopic:   Identify Angles at a Point

Difficulty level:   ### QUESTION 1 of 10

Look at this diagram which shows four right angles placed next to each other at a point. Here is 1 right angle, which is 90°. Here are 2 right angles put together, giving an angle of 180°.

2 × 90° = 180° Here are 3 right angles put together, giving an angle of 270°.

3 × 90° = 270° Here are 4 right angles put together, giving an angle of 360°.

4 × 90° = 360° Want to understand this further and learn how this links to other topics in maths?

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Look at the diagram.

Select the correct value for the angle shown by the question mark. 90°

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Look at the diagram.

Select the correct value for the angle shown by the question mark. 90°

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Look at the diagram.

Select the correct value for the angle shown by the question mark. 90°

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Look at the diagram.

Select the correct value for the angle shown by the question mark. 90°

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Look at the diagram.

Select the correct value for the angle shown by the question mark. 90°

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Look at the diagram.

Select the correct value for the angle shown by the question mark. 90°

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Look at the diagram.

Select the correct value for the angle shown by the question mark. 90°

180°

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Look at the diagram.

Select the correct value for the angle shown by the question mark.

The angle goes right round as shown. 90°

180°

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Look at the diagram.

Select the correct value for the angle shown by the question mark. 90°

180°

270°

360°

Look at the diagram.

Select the correct value for the angle shown by the question mark. 90°

180°

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360°

• Question 1

Look at the diagram.

Select the correct value for the angle shown by the question mark. 90°
EDDIE SAYS
One right angle.
• Question 2

Look at the diagram.

Select the correct value for the angle shown by the question mark. 180°
EDDIE SAYS
Two right angles.
• Question 3

Look at the diagram.

Select the correct value for the angle shown by the question mark. 360°
EDDIE SAYS
Four right angles.
• Question 4

Look at the diagram.

Select the correct value for the angle shown by the question mark. 180°
EDDIE SAYS
Two right angles.
• Question 5

Look at the diagram.

Select the correct value for the angle shown by the question mark. 270°
EDDIE SAYS
Three right angles.
• Question 6

Look at the diagram.

Select the correct value for the angle shown by the question mark. 90°
EDDIE SAYS
One right angle.
• Question 7

Look at the diagram.

Select the correct value for the angle shown by the question mark. 360°
EDDIE SAYS
Four right angles.
• Question 8

Look at the diagram.

Select the correct value for the angle shown by the question mark.

The angle goes right round as shown. 270°
EDDIE SAYS
Three right angles.
• Question 9

Look at the diagram.

Select the correct value for the angle shown by the question mark. 180°
EDDIE SAYS
Two right angles.
• Question 10

Look at the diagram.

Select the correct value for the angle shown by the question mark. 270°
EDDIE SAYS
Three right angles.
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