Angles Worksheets | Parallel Lines Cut by a Transversal

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Traverse through this array of free printable worksheets to learn the major outcomes of angles formed by parallel lines cut by a transversal. The topic mainly focuses on concepts like alternate angles, same-side angles, and corresponding angles. Equipped with free worksheets on identifying the angle relationships, finding the measures of interior and exterior angles, determining whether the given pairs of angles are supplementary or congruent, and more, this set is a must-have for your practice to thrive.

The worksheets are ideal for 8th grade and 9th grade students.

CCSS: 8.G.5

Identifying Angle Relationships

This image-driven worksheet features questions on identifying the relationship between the given angles in parallel lines cut by a transversal. Analyze the position of the angles in the image and determine the relationship they exhibit with each other.

Identifying Angle Relationships

Interior Angles in Parallel Lines

Interior angles are the angles that lie within the parallel lines. Explore their categories by working out the problems in this PDF worksheet.

Interior Angles in Parallel Lines

Exterior Angles in Parallel Lines

Familiarize students with identifying and finding the measures of the exterior angles formed by the transversals in this PDF worksheet.

Exterior Angles in Parallel Lines

Interior and Exterior Angles in Parallel Lines

Two angles are highlighted in each figure of this printable worksheet. Identify whether they are the same-side or alternate angles, and apply appropriate properties to find the unknown angles.

Interior and Exterior Angles in Parallel Lines

Corresponding Angles in Parallel Lines

Allow your skills in corresponding angles in parallel lines cut by a transversal and recognizing their positions to be exalted a rank above, with this PDF worksheet.

Corresponding Angles in Parallel Lines

Supplementary and Congruent Angles in Parallel Lines

If the pairs of angles are vertical, corresponding, or alternate, they are congruent. Similarly, the pairs of angles are supplementary if they are linear or consecutive. Use this information to answer the questions in parts A and B of this 8th grade worksheet.

Supplementary and Congruent Angles in Parallel Lines

Parallel Lines and Transversal: Mixed Review

Gain a thorough knowledge of the relationships between the angles in parallel lines, and the application of their properties with this printable transversal worksheet.

Parallel Lines and Transversal: Mixed Review