Angles Multiple Choice Topic Test


Angles Multiple Choice Topic Test

Test your understanding of angles with this ten question, self-marking multiple choice exercise.

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Here are 10 Angles multiple choice questions written by people from around the world while using the main Pentransum activity. You can earn a Transum Trophy for answering at least 9 of them correctly.

1. A triangle has two angles, 37 degrees and 113 degrees, what is the size of the third angle?

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This question was suggested by Mr Man, Bodmin College

2. What do the angles in a quadrilateral add up to?

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This question was suggested by Jamie, England

3. What is the sum in degrees of the internal angles of a pentagon?

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This question was suggested by Mr P, Rubery Birmingham UK

4. Five angles are measured in degrees. Which of these is not an obtuse angle?

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This question was suggested by Sean Barrett, Cramlington

5. What do the internal angles of a hexagon add up to?

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This question was suggested by Grace & Zoe, New Zealand

6. The internal angles of a quadrilateral always add up to:

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7. What is the product of the number of vertices on a cube and the number of degrees in each angle of an equalateral triangle?

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This question was suggested by Hockey Puck, Birmingham, England

8. An angle larger than 180 degrees is called a:

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9. What is the sum of the angles inside a heptagon?

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10. What is the sum of the external angles of an equilateral triangle?

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This question was suggested by Miss G, Beechworth, Australia

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