# Angles in Polygons Worksheets

Try our free pdf angles in polygons worksheets to help children solve a variety of tasks, such as finding a missing angle in a polygon, finding the measures of two or more indicated angles in polygons, finding the sum of interior angles of a polygon, and more. Young students will encounter a mix of concave and convex shapes here, so there'll be twice the learning and double the fun. These engaging angles in a polygon pdfs with regular and irregular polygons are all you need to spruce things up for your keen-to-do-well students!

Our printables are suitable for students in grade 6, grade 7, and grade 8.

Finding the Sum of Interior Angles of Polygons

Find the sum of interior angles by dividing the polygon into triangles. Remember this - since the sum of the interior angles in a triangle is 180°, the sum of a polygon's interior angles is the product of the number of triangles in the polygon and 180.

Finding the Sum of Interior Angles and the Missing Angle | Worksheet #1

Use this free printable 6th grade angles in polygons worksheet to practice calculating the sum of interior angles and the missing angle "x" in a bunch of familiar, well-illustrated figures such as irregular quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, and more.

Finding the Sum of Interior Angles and the Missing Angle | Worksheet #2

Solve this worksheet where the task is to use the rule of partitioning the polygon into triangles and multiply the number of triangles by 180° to first get the sum of interior angles and use the equation to derive the value of x.

Finding the Sum of Interior Angles & Missing Angles | Worksheet #1

Students will need to know the angle sum property of polygons before they start working on this worksheet on angles in irregular polygons. Apply the property, solve for x, and find the indicated angles plugging the value of x.

Finding the Sum of Interior Angles & Missing Angles | Worksheet #2

Here's yet another pdf missing angles in a polygon worksheet for 7th grade and 8th grade students! Calculate the sum of interior angles using the formula (n − 2) × 180, where n is the number of sides, and then find the indicated angle measures.

Interior Angles of a Regular Polygon

Be sure the determined-to-excel learners have these free printable tools to review their knowledge of angles in regular polygons. Watch them beam with pride as they find the total of interior angles and write the angle measures in each figure.