Angle facts- getting the language right

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  1. Ceejaypee says:


    Currently teach C/D borderline students and nowhere is this more evident that they know what they are talking about but dont give good reasons than on these questions.

    Students also get 180 and 360 confused at times so I will use this by firstly making them write down what “magic” angle number is at work and then why!!


  2. Thanks for this. I’m going to spend some of my time over Thanksgiving break making a ‘So you don’t like your grade in Geometry…show me what you know’ project. This is a great resource.