**Worksheet on Angles for Class 6**

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**Angles
Class 6 Worksheet 1 with Answers**

**1.
**Fill in the blanks using the given diagram:

b.
∠AOD is equal
to ___________ degrees.

c.
Angle ___________ and angle ___________ form a linear pair.

d.
∠COE is equal
to ___________ degrees.

e.
∠BOD is equal
to ___________ degrees.

**2.
**State true or false for each of the following:

a.
Sum of two adjacent angles in a straight line adds up to 90°.

b.
Two vertically opposite angles are complementary.

c. 7/10 of a right angle and 3/10 of a right
angle are supplementary angles.

d. If 3*x *and
6*x *are two angles in a straight line, then *x *is equal to 20°.

e.
An acute angle lies between 90° and 180°.

f.
If there are two angles formed at a point on a straight line then one angle is
acute and the other is obtuse.

**3. **Copy the following figures and mark angles
equal to the given shaded angles.

**4. **Find the unknown marked angles *a*°, *x*°,
*y*°, *z*°.

**5. **At 7’o clock, the hands of a clock make an obtuse angle and a
reflex angle. Find the degree measure of each of these angles.

**6.
**Measure of an angle is 47° 25' 38", find

i. its complement.

ii. 7
times of it.

**7.
**The measures of three angles in a straight
line are in the ratio 2 : 3 : 5. Find the three angles.

**8.
**Two straight lines intersect each other at an
angle of 75°, find all the other angles at the point of intersection.

**Angles
Class 6 Worksheet 2 ****with Answers**

**1.
**Choose the correct answer for each of the
following:

a.
When two lines intersect, the angles on the opposite sides of the point of
intersection are called

i. co-interior angles

ii. vertically opposite angles

iii. corresponding angles

iv. alternate angles

b.
An angle which measures more than 90° but less than 180° is known as

i. obtuse angle

ii. acute angle

iii. right angle

iv.
straight angle

c.
A reflex angle is an angle measuring

i. greater than 0° but less than 90°

ii. greater than 180° but less than
360°

iii. 180°

iv. greater than 90° but
less than 180°

d.
Two angles are said to be supplementary then sum is equal to

i. 360°

ii. 180°

iii. 90°

iv. 100°

**2.
**State true or false:

a.
If two angles in a straight line are equal then each angle measures 90°.

b.
Vertically opposite angles of two intersecting lines are unequal.

c.
If two angles of 3*x*° and 6*x*° measures are complementary then *x
*is equal to 20°.

d.
An acute angle is greater than 0° but less than 90°.

e.
Supplement of 112° 30' is 67°.

**3. **Two supplementary angles are in the ratio 5 : 3. Find the two
angles. (Give your answer in degree and minutes.)

**4.
**Add the complement of 65° to 55°.

**5.
**If *x *and *y *are two complementary
angles then find 8*x *+ 8*y*.

**6. **Find the unknown marked angles in each of the
following:

**7. **Find the unknown marked angles in each of the
following:

**8.
**Express as fraction of a turn.

a. 55°

b. 150°

**9.
**Two angles measure 35° 15' 36" and 52°
25' 59". Find their sum.

**10.
**Express the angles in minutes as well as
seconds.

a. 48°

b. 210°

**Angles
Class 6 Worksheet 3 ****with Answers**

**1.
**Fill in the blanks:

a.
An obtuse angle measure more than 90° but less than _______.

b.
When two rays meet at a point, they are said to form an _______.

c.
Two angles in a straight line add up to _______.

d.
The sum of supplement of 120° and 60° is _______.

e.
The sum of three angles out of four angles around a point is 300° then the
fourth angle is _______.

**2.
**By how many degrees do we turn to move from

a.
North east to South west?

b.
South west to North?

**3. **Express an angle of measure 75° into minutes
and seconds.

**4.
**Measure of an angle is 45° 28'. Find its
complement.

**5.
**Two straight lines intersect each other at an
angle of 55°. Find all the other angles.

**6.
**Match the following to the correct answer:

a.
54° 38' and 35° 22' are two i. 120
minutes

b.
An angle which lies between 0° and 90° is ii. complementary angles

c.
2 degrees expressed in minutes is equal to iii. an acute
angle

d.
The sum of the supplement and complement of 85° is iv. 20° and 70°

e. Two complementary angles are in the
ratio 2 : 7, then the angles are v. 100°

**7. **Measure and write down the magnitude of each
of the marked unknown angles.

**8.
**Express the size of an angle which is equal to
15 turn in degrees.

**9.
**Find the supplement of the following angles.

a. 105°

b. 119°

c. 98°

d. 75°

**10.
**Choose the correct answer for each of the
following:

a.
If two complementary angles are in the ratio 5 : 4, then the measure of the
angles is

i. 50° and 40°

ii. 60° and
30°

iii. 100° and 80°

iv. 200° and 160°

b.
Supplement of half of a right angle is

i. 45°

ii. 135°

iii. 150°

iv. 60°

c.
Angles around a point always add up to

i. 90°

ii. 360°

iii. 180°

iv. 270°

d.
Two supplementary angles are in the ratio 3 : 7, the angles are

i. 54°, 126°

ii. 27°, 63°

iii. 70°, 110°

iv. 30°, 60°

**ANSWERS**

**Worksheet
1 **

1. a. ∠AOC;
∠BOD

b. 65

c. ∠AOC; ∠BOC

d. 36 e. 115

2. a. False b. False

c. False d. True

e. False f. True

3. i. ∠1
= ∠3

ii. ∠3 = ∠6

4. a. ∠a
= 70°, ∠x = 50°, ∠y = 60°, ∠z = 50°

b. ∠x = 18°, ∠y = 30°, ∠z = 60°

c. ∠x = 283°

d. ∠x = 18°

5. 150°, 210°

6. i. 42° 34’ 22”

ii. 331° 59’ 26”

7. 36°, 54°, 90°

8. 105°, 75°, 105°

**Worksheet
2**

1. a. ii b. i

c. ii d. ii

2. a. True b. False

c. False d. True

e. False

3. 112° 30’ and 67° 30’

4. 80°

5. 720°

6. a. x = 332°

b. x = 30°, y = 130°

c. x = 152°

d. x = 60°

7. a. x = 100°

b. x = 145°

c. a = 65°, b = 115°, c
= 65°

x = 100°, y = 80°

d. x = 160°, y = 90°

8. a. 11/72 b. 5/12

9. 87° 41’ 35”

10. a. 2880’, 1,72,800”

b. 12,600’, 7,56,000”

**Worksheet
3**

1. a. 180° b. angle

c. 180° d. 120°

e. 60°

2. a. 180° b. 135°

3. 4500’, 2,70,000”

4. 44° 32’

5. 125°, 55°, 125°

6. a. ii b. iii

c. i d. v

e. iv

7. Measure yourself using protractor

8. 5400°

9. a. 75° b. 61°

c. 82° d. 105°

10. a. iii b. ii

c. ii d. i

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