Complementary and Supplementary Angles Worksheets
Make use of this array of free printable complementary and supplementary angles worksheets to gauge your knowledge of the concepts. It incorporates exercises like identifying complementary and supplementary angles, finding their measures by applying appropriate properties, recognizing their presence in vertical angles, linear pairs and right angles, and more.
This set of printable worksheets are tailor-made for the students of grade 7 and grade 8.
Sharpen your sixth and seventh grade students' skills in finding angles that add up to 90° with this assemblage of complementary angles worksheets that are free and printable.
How adept are your grade 6 and grade 7 students in finding supplementary angles? Track their progress with this bundle of printable supplementary angles worksheets.
This 7th grade worksheet comprises three exercises featuring questions on determining whether the given angle pairs are complementary or supplementary, and finding the complement or supplement of the indicated angles.
Check your understanding of the two angles with this MCQ worksheet. Analyze the angles and measures and apply the appropriate properties to answer the questions.
This free worksheet includes questions based on two images of the angles sharing a common vertex. Study the images carefully and write the names or measures of the angles as indicated.
Offered here are complementary angles forming right angles and supplementary angles forming linear pairs and vertical angles. Each question presents the measure of an angle. Subtract it from 90° or 180° to find the indicated angles. Apply the congruent property of vertical angles.
This 8th grade worksheet includes figures of complementary and supplementary pairs depicting the measure of an angle. The measure of another angle in the pair is represented as a linear expression. Equate the sum of these measures with 90° or 180° and solve for the value of x.
Let this PDF worksheet help your ability to find angles in complementary and supplementary pairs flourish. Find the complement or supplement of the indicated angles, or find the measures of both the angles in a pair using the given data.