# Properties of Shapes Year One Vertically Opposite Angles

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Properties of Shapes Year One

Vertically Opposite Angles a d b c

Aim • I can recognise angles which are vertically opposite and find missing angles. Success Criteria • I know that vertically opposite angles are equal. • I can find vertically opposite missing angles.

Estimating Angles 2 Estimate in degrees the size of this angle: 138°

Estimating Angles 2 Estimate in degrees the size of this angle: 216°

Estimating Angles 2 Estimate in degrees the sizes of these angles: 80° 100°

Estimating Angles 2 Estimate in degrees the sizes of these angles: 45° 135°

Vertically Opposite Angles When two straight lines intersect (cross each other), four angles are created around a point which total 360°. a d c b

Vertically Opposite Angles The pairs of angles that are opposite each other measure the same number of degrees and are equal (congruent). a 144˚ d 36˚ b c 144˚ These pairs of angles are called vertically opposite angles.

Missing Angles Identify these missing angles using vertically opposite angle facts: 140˚ b 40˚ a 140˚ 120˚ a 60˚ b 120˚ Have you noticed that adjacent angles are on a straight line and total 180°?

Missing Angles Calculate the missing angles using known angle facts: This is a vertically opposite angle. All the angles 120˚ t 60˚ d r 60˚ s 120˚ b This is a vertically around opposite the angle. point This angle is adjacent to 120° on a straight line. total 360°.

Vertically Opposite Missing Angles

Angle Challenge Label and calculate the missing angles. 22˚ 39˚ 34˚ 32˚ 18˚ 34˚ 35˚

Aim • I can recognise angles which are vertically opposite and find missing angles. Success Criteria • I know that vertically opposite angles are equal. • I can find vertically opposite missing angles.

- What are the properties of vertically opposite angles
- Sides opp. equal ∠s
- Vertically opposite angles
- Vertically opposite angles
- Vertically opposite angles
- Vertical angles
- What does congruent mean
- Vertical angles
- Hypotenuse/opposite
- What is m<5
- In what year is act one, scene one set?
- Shapes that seem to follow no rules.
- Ab2e2 molecular geometry
- Two dimensional shapes that have 8 angles
- Shape with 6 sides
- Which shapes have line symmetry