# Angles at a Point Worksheets

Examples, solutions, videos, and worksheets to help grade 6 learn how to find unknown angles of lines that meet at a point.

### How to find unknown angles of lines that meet at a point?

In geometry, angles at a point refer to a set of angles that share a common vertex or point. These angles radiate outward from a single point and form a complete circle or 360-degree rotation. When angles share a common vertex, they are often referred to as “angles at a point.”

For example, if you have three angles, ∠A, ∠B, and ∠C, with a common vertex. These angles are “angles at a point,” and they add up to 360 degrees:

∠A + ∠B + ∠C = 360 degrees

This property can be applied to any number of angles that share a common vertex. The sum of the angles at a point is always 360 degrees because they together form a complete circle around the vertex. This concept is often used in geometry to find unknown angle measurements or to solve problems involving angles at a point.

We can also use other angle properties for example, Complementary angles, Supplementary angles and Vertical angles.

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