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Angles are measured in degrees. Your Math teachers will no doubt be teaching you all about angles. An angle is an amount of turning or rotation.

Turn your attention to our Shapes quiz on the subject.

1.

An angle that is between 90^{o} and 180^{o} is a(n) .......

acute angle

obtuse angle

reflex angle

right angle

2.

An angle that is between 180^{o} and 360^{o} is a(n) .......

acute angle

obtuse angle

reflex angle

right angle

3.

An angle that is between 0^{o} and 90^{o} is a(n) .......

acute angle

obtuse angle

reflex angle

right angle

4.

Each internal angle of a regular pentagon is 108^{o}. What is the total number of internal degrees?

180^{o}

360^{o}

540^{o}

720^{o}

5.

Angles on a straight line add up to what?

90^{o}

180^{o}

270^{o}

360^{o}

6.

The three interior angles in a triangle add up to what?

90^{o}

180^{o}

270^{o}

360^{o}

An equilateral triangle has 3 interior angles each measuring 60 degrees each (3 x 60 = 180)

7.

Two interior angles in a triangle are 35^{o} and 55^{o}. What is the 3^{rd} angle?

75^{o}

85^{o}

90^{o}

95^{o}

Take 35 and 55 from 180 to find the answer

8.

An angle that is 90^{o} is a(n) .......

acute angle

obtuse angle

reflex angle

right angle

9.

The internal angles of a regular hexagon add up to 720^{o}. How many degrees is each one?

60^{o}

90^{o}

120^{o}

150^{o}

There are six internal angles in a hexagon. A regular hexagon has six equal angles

10.

A circle is divided into a number of parts or degrees. How many are there?

90^{o}

180^{o}

270^{o}

360^{o}

The four interior angles of a quadrilateral also add up to 360^{o}

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