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Solving Problems with Angles in Key Stage 3

              Solving Problems with Angles in Key Stage 3

              This eBook is packed with problems involving angles for all students in key stage 3.  It contains a A4 printable worksheets  that focus on fluency and problem solving with angles and polygons.  Solutions are provided to enable quick and easy feedback.

              Topics Included

              • Measuring and Drawing Angles
              • Angles on a Straight Line
              • Angles about a Point
              • Angles in a Triangle
              • Angles in a Quadrilateral
              • Alternate and Interior Angles in Parallel Lines
              • Corresponding Angles
              • Exterior Angles of Polygons
              • Interior Angles of Polygons
              • Interior and Exterior Angles of Polygons
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