## KS3 Maths Angles in Polygons worksheet

by Tristanjones

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Find the missing angles in each of the polygons. Students will need to know how to work out the total angle sum in each polygon before they attempt this worksheet. Angles are all multiples of 5 so this could be done without a calculator. Finishes with some work on regular polygons.

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An adapted lesson which leads an investigation into the angles in a Quadrilateral. This lesson follows on from previous angles lessons and works well with inquisitive KS3 pupils.\n\nThe worksheets were made for 3 running angles lessons to provide support / extension for some pupils. \n\nPlease use and let me know what you think.\n\nwww.goldenmaths.co.uk

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