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# Angle Measurement

## Measurement of angles with protractors and addition of angles.

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## Angle Measurement

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Find angle measures using a protractor and the Angle Addition Postulate.
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## Using a Protractor

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Learn how to use a protractor and measure angles.
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## Measuring Angles Principles - Basic

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This video provides the student with a walkthrough explaining how to measure angles.
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## Measuring Angles Examples - Basic

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This video provides the student with a walkthrough of one or more examples from the concept "Measuring Angles".
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## Measuring Angles Using a Protractor

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Learn how to measure angles with a protractor!
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## Angle Basics

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Learn all the basics you'll need to know about angles. James Sousa introduces angle vocabulary and measurement.
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## Measuring an Angle - Overview

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