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On Wed, 1 Aug 2012 00:21:15 -0700 (PDT), aeh.c...@auckland.ac.nz
wrote:

>Hi,
>
>Does anyone know where I can get free geometry worksheets with the following specifications?
>
>(1) The worksheet questions are about calculating the angles in a quadrilateral or triangle
>(2) If it is a triangle question, it might have something like an isoceles (sp) triangle, there's
>one angle given, calculate the other angles.  Or, you might have a bunch of overlapping
>triangles, are given one angle and asked to calculate another arbitrary angle
>(3) If it is a quadrilateral question, it will deal with parallelograms, trapezoids or rhombii
>(rhombuses), where one angle is given, and the student is asked to calculate another angle.
>Or, the quadrilateral will be cut up into triangles.
>(4) There isn't any algebraic formula in it
>(5) There aren't any requests for proofs.
>
>The context is my daughter has just done a workbook chapter with about 10 questions like
>the above, and gotten just about everything wrong.  She needs supplemental work.  I've tried
>googling for the above, but everything I found is either too simple (what's a parallelogram?
>What are the properties of the angles on a parallelogram), involve proofs, or have an
>explicit algebra component.
>
>It is difficult to construct these sorts of worksheets manually, which is why I'm turning to
>the Internet.
>
>Cecil Chua

You might try here:

http://www.math-aids.com/Geometry/Angles/

http://www.helpingwithmath.com/printables/worksheets/geometry/8g5angle_problems01.htm

There is one pdf here:
http://www.mathworksheets4kids.com/triangles/missing-angles.pdf

There does not seem to be much available.
You might be better off looking for workbooks at your local store or

--
Dorothy

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