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Page No 12:
Question 1:
Look at these figures.
1. How many angles are there in each?
2. Which of these can be drawn using set squares?
Answer:
1. When two lines meet at a point, a corner is formed. The corner thus formed refers to an angle.
In the first figure, there are three corners. So, the figure has three angles.
In the second figure, there are four corners. So, the figure has four angles.
In the third figure, there are five corners. So, the figure has five angles.
In the fourth figure, there are six corners. So, the figure has six angles.
2. Using the set squares, we can draw angles of measures 30Â°, 45Â°, 60Â°, 90Â° and combination of these angles.
In the first figure, each angle measures 60Â°, which can be drawn using the set square.
Therefore, the first figure can be drawn using the set square.
In the second figure, each angle measures 90Â°, which can be drawn using the set square. Therefore, the second figure can be drawn using the set square.
In the third figure, each angle measures 110Â°, which cannot be drawn using the set square.
Therefore, the third figure cannot be drawn using the set square.
In the fourth figure, each angle measures 120Â°.
120Â° = 90Â° + 30Â°
As 90Â° and 30Â° angles can be drawn using the set square, therefore 120Â° angle can be drawn using the set square.
Therefore, the fourth figure can be drawn using the set square.
Page No 13:
Question 1:
Some letters of the English alphabet have angles in them. Look at these examples:
1. How many angles are there in each?
2. Find out other letters of the English alphabet with angles in them and count the number of angles in each.
Answer:
1. When two lines meet at a point, a corner is formed. The corner thus formed refers to an angle.
In the first figure, there is only one corner. So, the figure has only one angle.
In the second figure, there is only one corner. So, the figure has only one angle.
In the third figure, there are two corners. So, the figure has two angles.
In the fourth figure, there are three corners. So, the figure has three angles.
In the fifth figure, there are four corners. So, the figure has four angles.
2. The other letters of the English alphabet with angles are A, B, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, M, N, P, R, T and Y.
English Alphabet 
Number of Angles 


Five 


Four 


Two 


Four 


Three 


One 


Four 


Four 


Two 


Three 


Three 


Two 


Three 


Three 


Two 


One 
Page No 14:
Question 1:
Look at these pictures.
1. At what time do we have the largest angle?
2. And the smallest?
Answer:
1. Comparison between the angles can be made by differentiating the spread between the lines of the given angles.
Among the given clocks, the first clock has largest spread as compared to the other two.
Therefore, the angle is largest at 10:15.
2. Among the given clocks, the third clock has smallest spread as compared to the other two.
Therefore, the angle is smallest at 11:00.
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