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What you should already know: Using a Protractor to Draw Angles

What you should already know: Using a Protractor to Draw Angles

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What you should already know: Using a Protractor to Draw Angles

Using a Protractor to Measure

To measure and angle, place the base line of a protractor along one arm of the angle, with the center of the protractor on the vertex (labeled O) of the angle.  Measure from the scale that has its 0 on the arm of the angle.

 

We can see from this example that the angle is 35o