Vertical Angles (Grade 7)

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Vertical Angles

1. 
On the diagram below of two intersecting lines, if the angle at 2 equals [math]130deg[/math] what would the degree of angles at 1, 3, and 4 equal?
Vertical Angle #2



2. 
If [math]ang3 =[/math][math]137deg[/math]
Solve for [math]ang1[/math]
Solve for [math]ang 2[/math]
Solve for [math]ang 4[/math]
Vertical Angle #1



3. 
In the figure, angle 1 measures 89 degrees. Find the measurements of angles 2, 3, and 4.
Vertical Angle #1



4. 
In the figure, angle 1 measures 75 degrees. Find the measurements of angle 2, 3, and 4.
Vertical Angle #2



5. 
Find the values of [math]ang2, ang3, ang4[/math] when [math]ang1 = 78.5deg[/math]
Vertical Angle #2



6. 
Find the values of [math]ang1, ang2, ang3[/math] when [math]ang4 = 52.7deg[/math]
Vertical Angle #1



7. 
Find the value of y
[math]ang2 = 130deg[/math]
[math]ang4 = (2y)deg[/math]
Vertical Angle #2



8. 
Find the value of x when [math]ang1 = (5x + 10)deg[/math] and [math]ang3 = 70deg[/math]
Vertical Angle #1



9. 
Find the values of x and y if:

[math]ang1 = (3x + 4)deg[/math]
[math]ang3 = (4y - 12)deg[/math]
[math]ang4 = xdeg[/math]
Vertical Angle #2



10. 
Find the values of x and y.

[math]ang1 = (10x)deg[/math]
[math]ang2 = (10y +20)deg[/math]
[math]ang3 = 100deg[/math]
Vertical Angle #1



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