# Thread: Finding the Theorem for Angles, etc!

1. ## Finding the Theorem for Angles, etc!

Hey! What i mean is, for Angles you have the Code, Diagram, Abbreviated Rule and the Property (theorem) can anyone state a website that has all the info for the angles, like for example: Perpendicular lines meet at an angle of.....

And also, do you know when you are finding the value of each pronumeral (letter), and you have to give the reason (code or words) in each case.
Say for example that you had to find the value of "k" you would have k + (The next angle is the same angle of k) + 56 + 46 = ___ Well i know that the angle in whole is a 360 degree angel (goes right around) so it'll be = 360 degree's but how would i be able to find what the angle for k is?

2. Originally Posted by Sazza
Hey! What i mean is, for Angles you have the Code, Diagram, Abbreviated Rule and the Property (theorem) can anyone state a website that has all the info for the angles, like for example: Perpendicular lines meet at an angle of.....

And also, do you know when you are finding the value of each pronumeral (letter), and you have to give the reason (code or words) in each case.
Say for example that you had to find the value of "k" you would have k + (The next angle is the same angle of k) + 56 + 46 = ___ Well i know that the angle in whole is a 360 degree angel (goes right around) so it'll be = 360 degree's but how would i be able to find what the angle for k is?
Hello,

may be this: Angles and angle terms helps a little bit.

3. Thanks for that site, but all it really tell's you are the types of angles, which is what i'm kinda looking for, but they don't show the codes or words (words for example are where you put whether the angle is supplementary etc)

4. Originally Posted by Sazza
Thanks for that site, but all it really tell's you are the types of angles, which is what i'm kinda looking for, but they don't show the codes or words (words for example are where you put whether the angle is supplementary etc)
i don't get what you are looking for. the "code words" are on the site. it talks about supplementary angles and a lot more