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Question One Name 3 acute angles in this picture. Answer Ans: BAG, CBD, EFD, DEF, BFG, BCE A G F E D BC ^ ^ ^
Question Two Answer Ans: Square based pyramid What is the mathematical name of this famous 3 Dimensional Structure?
Question Three Answer Ans: 315º What is the bearing for the compass direction NW? 0 0 ?
Question Four Answer Ans: 42º (Vertically opposite angles are equal) What is the missing angle, x ? State the angle property you used? 42º x 123º
Question Five Answer Ans: 48º (Angles on a line add to 180º) 42º y 123º What is the missing angle, y ? Give the angle property you used to make the calculation.
Question Six Answer Ans: Complementary Are 42º and 48º complementary or supplementary angles?
Question Seven Answer Its a Race! All groups! Organise a bunch of different angles according to their type.
Question Eight Answer Ans: 24º 102º X What is the missing angle, x ?
Question Nine Answer Ans: x = y = z = 60º (equilateral triangle) What are the missing angles and what type of triangle is this ? x y z
Question Ten Answer Ans: 180º Angles add to _______?
Question Eleven Answer Ans: 1.) Scalene 2.) Right-angled 3.) Isoceles Correctly identify all 3 of the triangles shown
Questions Twelve Answer Ans: Triangular Prism What is the name of this 3 Dimensional Shape?
Question Thirteen Answer Ans: 230º What is the best estimate for the bearing from X to Y? N x y 045º, 230º, 280º or 175º
Questions Fourteen Answer Ans: x = 65º (Parallelogram) 65º Name this quadrilateral. What is the missing angle, x? x
Question Fifteen Answer Ans: 258º (Sum of angles at a pt add to 360º) x 12 º What is the missing angle, x? State the angle property you used to make the calculation.
Question Sixteen Answer Ans: 6 Faces, 12 Edges, 8 Vertices How many: Faces_______ Edges_______ Vertices_____
Question Seventeen Answer Ans: Cylinder Name this 3 Dimensional Shape
Question Eighteen Answer Ans: 070º What is the best estimate for the bearing from A to B? N A B 135º, 045º, 070º, or 255º
Question Nineteen Answer Ans: ABC, obtuse, vertex at B A C B What is the name and type of this angle? Which point is the vertex? ^
Question Twenty Answer Ans: Isoceles Trapezium, 360º Name this shape. What is the sum of all the interior angles of this quadrilateral?
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