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# Angles (F)

Welcome to our GCSE Angles revision session, where we're adding a touch of real-world intrigue to our mathematical journey! In this session, we're thrilled to introduce a captivating video short that compares the weights of various birds. Before we delve into the fascinating realm of angles, this mathematical diversion offers a delightful glimpse into the natural world, illustrating real-world mathematical facts in an engaging and memorable way.

This GCSE Maths quiz will test your knowledge of key angle facts. Angles are everywhere! Look around you, how many can you see?

An angle is formed when two lines meet each other at a point, or cross each other (the correct term for this is INTERSECT). Armed with a few basic angle facts, you should be able to work out all the missing angles in a drawing.

We all remember that there are 360o in a circle, but have you ever wondered why? One theory is that is goes back to the time of the ancient Babylonians, who thought it took 360 days for the Earth to go round the Sun. We now know it takes a little bit longer, but aren’t you glad they didn’t change the number of degrees in a circle to 365o

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