# Angles Multiple Choice Topic Test

## Test your understanding of angles with this ten question, self-marking multiple choice exercise.

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Here are 10 Angles multiple choice questions written by people from around the world while using the main Pentransum activity. You can earn a Transum Trophy for answering at least 9 of them correctly.

1. What is the sum in degrees of the internal angles of a pentagon?

 A. 5 B. 180 C. 360 D. 540 E. 720 This question was suggested by Mr P, Rubery Birmingham UK

2. One interior angle of a regular polygon is 135 degrees. What polygon is it?

 A. Hexagon B. Septagon C. Octagon D. Pentagon E. Quadrilateral This question was suggested by Anuraaj, Auckland, New Zealand

3. What is the product of the number of vertices on a cube and the number of degrees in each angle of an equalateral triangle?

 A. 540 B. 480 C. 720 D. 640 E. 780 This question was suggested by Hockey Puck, Birmingham, England

4. What do the internal angles of a hexagon add up to?

 A. 300 B. 360 C. 720 D. 430 E. 180 This question was suggested by Grace & Zoe, New Zealand

5. A triangle has two angles, 37 degrees and 113 degrees, what is the size of the third angle?

 A. 150 degrees B. 76 degrees C. 167 degrees D. 40 degrees E. 30 degrees This question was suggested by Mr Man, Bodmin College

 A. 12345 B. 34 C. 180 D. 360 E. 12 This question was suggested by Jamie, England

7. What do all of the angles inside a triangle add up to?

 A. 180 degrees B. 360 degrees C. 90 degrees D. 100 degrees E. 720 degrees

8. What is the name for angles which are between 90 and 180 degrees?

 A. Right B. Acute C. Notcute D. Reflex E. Obtuse

9. Five angles are measured in degrees. Which of these is not an obtuse angle?

 A. 100 B. 145 C. 191 D. 176 E. 125 This question was suggested by Sean Barrett, Cramlington

10. An interior angle of a regular polygon measures 108 degrees. What is the name of the shape?

 A. Pentagon B. Hexagon C. Octagon D. Decagon E. Nonagon This question was suggested by Richard, Bradwell, Great Yarmouth

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