38 videos in "Angles"

Angles

Exploring Angle Relationships

Angle Relationships

Finding Supplementary Angles

Using angle measures and relationships to solve for variables

Solving for angle measures in a quadrilateral

Finding angles in a trapezoid

Angles Part 1 Intro

Angles Part 2

Angles Part 3

Angles Part 4

Finding Coterminal Angles

Angle Bisectors and Solving for an Angle

Vertical Angles and Solving for an Angle

Finding the Value of x using Supplementary Angles

Finding Angle Measures using Corresponding and Supplementary Angles

Solving for x using Two Parallel Lines and a Transversal

Finding the Value of x using Alternate Interior Angles

Finding the Value of Trapezoid Interior Angles

Identifying Acute, Straight, and Obtuse Angles

Using Sum of Angles to Find N

Modeling an Angle with an Equation

Finding an Angle from an Equation

Classifying Angles in a Diagram

Solve for Angle in Diagram

Find Missing Angle in Diagram

Using Complementary Angles to Find Missing Value

Solve for Angle Measures in Diagram

Solve for Angle Measures in Diagram

Solve for Angle Measures in Diagram

Converting Angle from Minutes and Seconds to Decimals

Finding Complement and Supplement of 2 Angles

Converting Angle from Minutes and Seconds to Decimals

Finding Coterminal Angles for a Given Angle

Converting Angle from Minutes and Seconds to Degrees

Determine Whether Two Lines are Parallel

Determine Whether Two Lines are Parallel

Using Angles to Solve For Measures of Two Angles
Modeling an Angle with an Equation
 If I am given the measure of a whole angle and the measure of a part of the whole angle, then how do I find the measure of the other part of the whole angle?
 Angle ABE and angle EBF together form angle ABF. The measure of angle ABF is 8x6, and the measure of angle ABE is 2(x+11). How do I find the measure of angle EBF?
The problem in this lesson has angles ABE and EBF that make up angle ABF. It gives the measures of angles ABF and ABE in terms of a variable x, and the lesson shows how to find the measure of angle EBF.