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Understand degrees as a measure of angles and practice using a protractor. Press a radio button to select:

1. Degrees as a measure of angles, acute and obtuse angles.

2. Use a protractor to measure angles.

3. Use a protractor to measure more difficult angles.

Solve the problem and click the correct answer. If correct, a check mark will appear. When it is available, click on the protractor to pick it up or release it. Click the problem, press the ENTER or RETURN key, or click on the reset problem button to set a new angle measurement problem.

Click the yellow check mark to keep score! Select the number of problems by clicking up and down by the 25 default. After you think you've correctly answered a problem, reset it. Each time you reset the problem, the left counter increases for a correct answer; the right counter counts the number of problems you've done. The black check mark will not appear when keeping score. When you've finished, your score will be shown.

The spinning math signs mean we're waiting on the server - if it goes too long, you can try pressing the reset button again.

Click the math teacher's apple to return to the geometry home page.

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Understand degrees as a measure of angles and practice using a protractor. Press a radio button to select:

1. Degrees as a measure of angles, acute and obtuse angles.

2. Use a protractor to measure angles.

3. Use a protractor to measure more difficult angles.

Solve the problem and click the correct answer. If correct, a check mark will appear. When it is available, click on the protractor to pick it up or release it. Click the problem, press the ENTER or RETURN key, or click on the reset problem button to set a new angle measurement problem.

Click the yellow check mark to keep score! Select the number of problems by clicking up and down by the 25 default. After you think you've correctly answered a problem, reset it. Each time you reset the problem, the left counter increases for a correct answer; the right counter counts the number of problems you've done. The black check mark will not appear when keeping score. When you've finished, your score will be shown.

The spinning math signs mean we're waiting on the server - if it goes too long, you can try pressing the reset button again.

Click the math teacher's apple to return to the geometry home page.

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