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## 7th grade foundations (Eureka Math/EngageNY)

# Angles in circles word problems

Practice word problems that involve thinking about angles as part of a circle.

## Problem 1: Caterpillar

## Problem 2: Oven

## Problem 3: Directions

## Problem 4: Pizza

## Challenge problem: Clock

## Want to join the conversation?

- The clock one was the hardest. Does anyone agree?(83 votes)
- I agree it is hard. I got confused(6 votes)

- Probably should have used a different term than "turns".(30 votes)
- For me the pizza one was hardest because I can't understand that. Anyone agrees?(14 votes)
- It's degrees per slice eeeezzz boi(1 vote)

- i kinda don't get it but I went threw it because I tried my best!(11 votes)
- The clock problem is the one I found easiest except for the worm problem. Is this just me or...?(2 votes)
- honestly i found the clock problem to be the hardest(8 votes)

- this does not make any sense!!(11 votes)
- i don´t get the clock at all(7 votes)
- Each hour segment is = 30degrees.

Each segment looks like this, starting at the top of the clock, going clockwise (12 to 1=30degrees, 1 to 2 =30 degrees, 2 to 3 = 30 degrees, 3 to 4 = 30 degrees, 4 to 5 = 30 degrees.... and so on all the way around the clock.(2 votes)

- the pizza one make it all easy. ,, half is 180 ,, thirds of 180 is 60 if u think 12 hours on a clock 6 is 180. Means every 2 hours is 60° = every hour is +30° , thanks guys. Its awesome(6 votes)
- is this the youtube my kids keep talking to me about(3 votes)
- the pizza and the clock are to hardest does anyone agree(3 votes)
- well the clock one was(1 vote)