Year 5
Year 5

Draw angles with a protractor 1

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Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will learn how to use a protractor to draw acute and obtuse angles as well as identify common mistakes.

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4 Questions

Q1.
What is the size of this reflex angle?
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140°
Correct answer: 220°
40°
Q2.
Which angle is this protractor measuring?
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a
Correct answer: b
c
d
e
Q3.
How many degrees is this angle?
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150°
Correct answer: 210°
30°
Q4.
How many degrees is this angle?
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120°
140°
40°
60°
Correct answer: none of these

3 Questions

Q1.
Draw a triangle with these angles (45°, 55°). What is the size of the missing angle
100°
260°
Correct answer: 80°
right angle
Q2.
Draw a triangle with these angles (95°, 105°). What is the size of the missing angle
-20°
20°
Correct answer: impossible to draw
Q3.
Draw a quadrilateral with these angles (45°, 55°, 120°). What is the size of the missing angle?
Correct answer: 140°
impossible to draw