Naming and labeling angles worksheet

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Naming and labeling angles


                  Point M is the vertex

$$ \overrightarrow{NM} \ and \overrightarrow{NP} \ are \ the \ sides $$

                 4 ways to name this angle
                 ∠2, ∠N, ∠MNP, or ∠PNM



Use the angle on the left to answer the question on the right


1. Name the vertex:  _____________

2. Sides: _________ and ____________

3. Write four names for this angle

________ _______  ________ ________



Use the angle on the left to answer the question on the right


1. Name the vertex:  _____________

2. Sides: _________ and ____________

3. Write four names for this angle

________ _______  ________ ________



Use the angle on the left to answer the question on the right


1. Name the vertex:  _____________

2. Sides:  _________ and ____________

3. Write four names for this angle

________ _______  ________ ________




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