# Angles In A Triangle Worksheet Answers

Is it just a coincidence that the Triangle Puzzle originally had the angles in a triangle as its theme? Let’s take a look at the similarities and differences between the triangle and its younger and smaller sibling, the oblong. These two shapes can answer many of the typical questions people may have about angles and figures in geometry.

Triangle: The three angles of the triangle can be found at different places on each of the sides of the triangle. Two of the angles make a right angle, while the other two are circular. This means that the triangles face each other and not necessarily clockwise.

Oblong: The oblong is more complicated than the triangle and therefore requires more concentration when solving it. The oblong has two sides that make a square and two sides that make an angle. As you can see, this makes it difficult to find the angles by just looking at the sides. The square and the two sides that make the angles will help you draw a line that will connect them.

Angle: The angle of the circle has a distance from the center to each of the three points. It is also possible to locate the angle in any way you want by placing the two sides that make the circles together with the point at which the angle is located.

Rectangle: The sides of the triangle always meet at one corner. There is also an area at the point where the angles meet that is an open area. Using the angles, you can find out the distance between the two points.

Cube: The area that is in a cube will never be bigger than the sides that make up the cube. If the sides were larger than the cube they would have taken up more space and it would have been difficult to make the sides fit together in the middle. Even though the sides are smaller than the cube, it is possible to give the cube a shape by using the triangle and two different numbers to decide which point to put in the middle.