## Defuse The Bomb - Angles (up to circle theorems)

by alutwyche

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The students have to answer the questions to know which order they ought to cut the wires to defuse the bomb left by the Mathematical terrorist who has left some clues for you.

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- Feb 4, 2014
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- Oct 30, 2014
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The students have to answer the questions to know which order they ought to cut the wires to defuse the bomb left by the Mathematical terrorist who has left some clues for you.

#### QR Code Defuse The Bomb - Angles

Three sheets varying from basic up to difficult.<br />Angles 1 - lines, around a point, triangles.<br />Angles 2 - parallel lines, polygons.<br />Angles 3 - circle theorems.<br />Each QR code links to a song where the band or song contains either a number or colour and they must find the final code. Could lead onto questioning and explanations as to how they arrived at their answer.

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