Lesson details

Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will understand that the interior angles in a triangle sum to 180°. We will also solve problems involving unknown angles in triangles.

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6 Questions

Q1.
What is a triangle with at least two equal sides called?
Equilateral triangle
Correct answer: Isosceles triangle
Obtuse triangle
Scalene triangle
Q2.
What is a triangle with three equal sides called?
Correct answer: Equilateral triangle
Isosceles triangle
None
Scalene triangle
Q3.
Would it be possible to draw a scalene triangle with more than one obtuse angle?
Correct answer: No, this will be impossible
Yes, this will be possible
Q4.
The sum of all the angles of a triangle is:
100 degrees
Correct answer: 180 degrees
360 degrees
90 degrees
Q5.
Zaki and Connor are looking at the diagram on the right. Who do you agree with? Why?
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Connor
Neither of them
Correct answer: Zaki
Q6.
I am thinking of a triangle which have the following properties: no lines of symmetry and has one right angle. Which triangle am I thinking of?
Equilateral triangle
Isosceles triangle
Correct answer: Scalene triangle

6 Questions

Q1.
Grace has measured the three angles in a triangle. Two of her measurements are 48° and 70°. What is the third measurement?
118°
152°
242°
Correct answer: 62°
Q2.
Find the size of the missing angle
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157
23°
Correct answer: 78.5°
Q3.
Find the missing angle labelled, x
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106°
127°
Correct answer: 53°
90°
Q4.
Find the missing angle, labelled x
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Correct answer: 112°
145°
34°
68°
Q5.
Work out the missing angle, labelled x
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11°
169°
Correct answer: 49°
60°
Q6.
The ratio of three angles in a triangle are 1:2:3. Work out the size of each angle.
10°: 20°: 30°
Correct answer: 30°:60°:90°
60°:60°:60°
90°:45°:45°

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UnitMaths / Classifying 2-D shapes