## Maths GCSE: Angles of polygons worksheet

by Tristanjones

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Starts with less than 10 sided shapes then tests their understanding of how it works by asking questions in a different way.

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- Dec 28, 2011
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A series of tasks contained in one document. A starter about drawing and identifying polygons on a grid followed by a structured task to find the sum of interior angles of polygons. Pupils then use the sums to find unknown angles before investigating exterior angles. An exit ticket to check understanding is also included.

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