Finding Unknown Angles from Adjacent Angles
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Finding Unknown Angles from Adjacent Angles
Common Core: 7.G.5

Finding Unknown Angles from Adjacent Angles

Author: Graham Pardun
This lesson demonstrates how to use the definition of adjacent angles to solve for an unknown angle.
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If You Know You Have Adjacent Angles, But One of Them Is Missing

In this lesson, I'll show you how to find an Unknown Angle (dramatic music here), if you're given that two angles are adjacent (next to each other), thus adding up to a larger angle whose measurement you know!