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Finding Angles in Quadrilaterals

In this worksheet, students calculate angles in quadrilaterals.

'Finding Angles in Quadrilaterals' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 3

Curriculum topic:  Geometry and Measures

Curriculum subtopic:  Derive/Use the Sum of Angles for Deduction

Difficulty level:  

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Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

This worksheet is about the angles in a quadrilateral, which always add up to 360º.

 

Example

To find the angle x, we add up the existing angles and subtract this from 360º.

90º + 90º + 34º = 214º.

x = 360º - 214º = 146º

Find the angle marked x in the following diagram.

Find the angle marked x in the following diagram.

Find the angle marked x in the following diagram.

Find the angle marked x in the following diagram.

Find the angle marked x in the following diagram.

Find the angle marked x in the following diagram.

Find the angle marked x in the following diagram.

Find the angle marked x in the following diagram.

Find the angle marked x in the following diagram.

Find the angle marked x in the following diagram.

  • Question 1

Find the angle marked x in the following diagram.

CORRECT ANSWER
132
  • Question 2

Find the angle marked x in the following diagram.

CORRECT ANSWER
106
  • Question 3

Find the angle marked x in the following diagram.

CORRECT ANSWER
114
  • Question 4

Find the angle marked x in the following diagram.

CORRECT ANSWER
116
  • Question 5

Find the angle marked x in the following diagram.

CORRECT ANSWER
85
  • Question 6

Find the angle marked x in the following diagram.

CORRECT ANSWER
85
  • Question 7

Find the angle marked x in the following diagram.

CORRECT ANSWER
82
  • Question 8

Find the angle marked x in the following diagram.

CORRECT ANSWER
103
  • Question 9

Find the angle marked x in the following diagram.

CORRECT ANSWER
146
  • Question 10

Find the angle marked x in the following diagram.

CORRECT ANSWER
75
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