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4th Grade Unit 7 Part 1: Measuring Angles (Form A)

Name _____________________________
Date ______________
40.MD.5 recognize angles as geometric shapes that are formed wherever two rays share a common endpoint and understand concepts of angle
41.MD.5_a. recognize that an angle is measured with reference to a circle with its center at the common endpoint of the rays, by considering the
fraction of the circular arc between the points where the two rays intersect the circle; an angle that turns through 1/360 of a circle is called a "onedegree angle", and can be used to measure angles
42.MD.5_b. recognize that an angle that turns through "n" one-degree angles is said to have an angle measure of "n" degrees
43.MD.6 measure and draw angles using tools such as a protractor or angle ruler
44.MD.7 recognize angle measure as additive. When an angle is decomposed into non-overlapping parts, the angle measure of the whole is the sum of
the angle measures of the parts. Solve addition and subtraction problems to find unknown angles on a diagram in real world and mathematical
problems, e.g., by using an equation with a symbol for the unknown angle measure

1. Use a protractor to construct a 60


2. Use a protractor to construct an obtuse

triangle with a 120 angle.


4. Sam bought a cookie cake for his

moms birthday. He wants to cut it
evenly so that he and each of his 8 other
family members get the same size piece.
What will be the angle measure
of each slice of cake?


If the angle in circle A measures

130, what is the measure of the
angle in circle B?


5. Construct an isosceles triangle.

6. Measure the angle created at the top of the
What is the sum of the measures of
ladder, where the star
all the angles in the triangle?______
represents the vertex.
Explain your math reasoning.


4th Grade Unit 7 Part 1: Measuring Angles (Form A)

Name _____________________________
Date ______________
7. Elias knows that when a clocks
The six shapes in the diagram below are
hands are exactly on the 12 and the
the exact same size. Write an equation
1, the angle formed by the clocks
that will help you find the measure of
hands measures 30. What is the
angle C. Find the angle measurement of
measure of the angle formed when
the marked angle.
a clocks hands are exactly on the
12 and the 5?

a. 90

c. 150

b. 120

d. 210
Equation:__________________ Angle:______


A lawn sprinkler rotates 65 and then pauses. It then rotates an additional 35.
What is the total degree of the two sprinkler rotations?


10. If a lawn sprinkler rotates 130, how many more degrees will the sprinkler need to
rotate to get back to the start point and have watered the entire lawn? _________
Explain your math thinking:
11. If ray SP and ray SQ are perpendicular, what is the value of angle RST?


RST = ___________


4th Grade Unit 7 Part 1: Measuring Angles (Form A)

Name _____________________________
Date ______________

This angle is:


Figure ABCD is a rectangle, and

angle CAD measures 31. What is
the measure of angle BAC?

none of the above

14. What is ten degrees less than the

measure of the angle shown?

16. If you start with a straight angle and 17.

take away a right angle the result
will be a(n) _______________ angle.

This angle is:

a. straight

c. acute

b. obtuse

d. right

Fred wanted to do a 180 on his

skateboard. He can now rotate
112. How many more degrees
does he need to rotate to make his

18. If you combine a right angle with an acute angle, what type of angle would it
create? ___________ How do you know? _______________________________

4th Grade Unit 7 Part 1: Measuring Angles (Form A)

Name _____________________________
Date ______________
Answer Key:
1. Accept drawing with correct measurement.
2. Credit for obtuse triangle and for correct angle.
3. 130
4. 40
5. Credit for drawing isosceles triangle and answer of 180, because all
triangles have angles that add up to 180.
6. ??
7. c.
8. 360 6 = C; C = 60
9. 100
10. 230; Back to the start point would be 360, a full circle. 130 + 230 = 360
11. T = 24
12. c.
13. 90 - 31 = 59
14. 60
15. a.
16. Right angle 180 (straight angle) minus 90 (right angle) = 90 (right
angle). Give credit for correct angle and explanation.
17. 68
18. Obtuse angle An acute angle would be between 1 and 89. Adding that
to a right angle (90) would create an obtuse angle. Give credit for correct
angle and explanation.