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Inside scale from 0 o to 180 o going in an anti-clockwise direction. Outside scale from 0 o to 180 o going in a clockwise direction. A 180 o Protractor. You need to be able to measure an angle to the nearest degree. To help you do this you should always:.

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Inside scale from 0o to 180o going in an anti-clockwise direction.

Outside scale from 0o to 180o going in a clockwise direction.

A 180o Protractor


You need to be able to measure an angle to the nearest degree. To help you do this you should always:

1. Look directly down onto the cross point. (this avoids parallax errors)

2. Always use the protractor in a horizontal manner as shown below.


1 degree. To help you do this you should always:

0 on the inside so use inside scale

2

0 on the outside so use outside scale

Measuring Angles with a 180o Protractor

50o

67o


3 degree. To help you do this you should always:

4

0 on the inside so use inside scale

0 on the outside so use outside scale

Measuring Angles with a 180o Protractor

120o

135o


Measure each angle in the shapes below. degree. To help you do this you should always:

900

2

3

1

670

670

680

900

900

1120

680

900

460

1120

6

5

4

480

1180

730

1070

900

1010

1010

420

1100

1100

1070

730

Rectangle 3600

Trapezium 3600

Triangle 1800

Parallelogram 3600

Triangle 1800

Pentagon 5400


1 degree. To help you do this you should always:

2

4

3

6

5

Estimating Angles


1 degree. To help you do this you should always:

2


3 degree. To help you do this you should always:

4


Measure each angle in the shapes below. degree. To help you do this you should always:

2

3

1

6

5

4


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