Angles worksheet practice questions and answers for GCSE maths at foundation and higher. 12 angles worksheets covering corresponding angles, alternate angles and estimating angles. Angles worksheet 1 contains questions on estimating angles. Angles worksheet 2 contains questions on measuring and estimating angles and angles worksheet 3 uses angle notation. Angles worksheet 4 through to angles worksheet 12 contains questions on angles on parallel lines, angles in triangles and angle on straight lines.
Students will be able to draw angles with a protractor. Looking at the protractor below we see that angles between 0 degrees and 180 degrees can be measured. Angles larger than 180 degrees are called reflex angles. To measure reflex angles we use a full sized protractor.
Types of Angles
Types of angles worksheet showing acute angles, obtuse angles, right angles and reflex angles.
What is a Right Angle?
Angles worksheet asking students to correctly identify the right-angle. A right angle has 90 degrees. A small box is used to identify right angles. Angles less than 90 degrees are called acute angles. Angles greater than 90 degrees and less than 180 degrees are obtuse angles.
How to Find Angles on Parallel Lines
Angles on parallel lines are the same in different places. "Z angles" and "F angles" are also called Alternate Angles and Corresponding Angles. Alternate angles are the same when between parallel lines, and the angles form a Z shape. Corresponding angles are the same when between parallel lines, and the angles form an F shape.