## How to work with Angles: Part 2

Apparently most people’s favourite number is 7!

Seven does have many familiar connections. There are seven days in the week and seven wonders of the world, seven colours of the rainbow, seven pillars of wisdom,  not forgetting Snow White and the seven dwarves!  There are seven basic musical notes, namely, ‘do’, ‘re’, ‘me’, ‘fa’, ‘so’, ‘la’ and ‘te’. A ladybird commonly has seven spots and most mammals’ necks have seven bones.

It is also “arithmetically unique” . It is the only single number you can’t multiply or divide while keeping the answer within the 1-10 group.

You can even draw it with 7 angles in!

If you are still struggling with angles and angle problems – try out Part 2 of our “How to work with Angles” guide. It includes information about angles on perpendicular lines, and on parallel lines. Included is an explanation of how to spot alternate, corresponding, allied and vertically opposite angles. There are also questions for you to try, and answers are included for you to check your understanding. Remembering the different angle rules is really important.

Click on the picture below to see the guide.

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