# Balbharati Solutions Class 5 Mathematics Angles

## Balbharati Solutions Class 5 Mathematics Angles

Welcome to NCTB Solutions. Here with this post we are going to help 5th class students for the Solutions of Balbharati Class 5 Math Book, Problem Set 24, 25, 26 and 27, Angles. Here students can easily find step by step solutions of all the problems for Angles. Also our Expert Mathematic Teacher’s solved all the problems with easily understandable methods with proper guidance so that all the students can understand easily. Here in this post students will get Angles solutions. Here all the solutions are based on Maharashtra State Board latest syllabus.

Angles all Question Solutions :

Problem Set 24 :

Question no – (1)

Solution :

Diagram – (i)

In this diagram two lines PQ and QR are arms of the angle

In PQ and QR the common point is Q is called the vertex

Write the common point in middle in angle name

The name of angle is ∠PQR Or ∠RQP

Here, ∠ represents the angle

Diagram – (ii)

In this diagram two lines LM and MN are arms of the angle

In LM and MN the common point is M is called the vertex

Write the common point in middle in angle name

The name of angle is ∠LMN Or ∠NLM

Here, ∠ represents the angle

Diagram – (iii)

In this diagram two lines SU and UT are arms of the angle

In SU and UT the common point is M is called the vertex

Write the common point in middle in angle name

The name of angle is ∠SUT Or ∠TUS

Here, ∠ represents the angle.

Problem Set 25 :

Question no – (1)

Solution :

Figure – (i)

We know the steps to measure the angle,

• Place the origin of protractor over vertex
• One arm of angle is in zero point of protractor
• Align the base line of protractor with second arm of angle
• See which mark falls on that arm
• The no at that point is angle between this two arms

Figure – (ii)

We know the steps to measure the angle,

• Place the origin of protractor over vertex
• One arm of angle is in zero point of protractor
• Align the base line of protractor with second arm of angle
• See which mark falls on that arm
• The number at that point is angle between this two arms.

Figure – (iii)

We know the steps to measure the angle

• Place the origin of protractor over vertex
• One arm of angle is in zero point of protractor
• Align the base line of protractor with second arm of angle
• See which mark falls on that arm
• The number at that point is angle between this two arms

Figure – (iv)

We know the steps to measure the angle

• Place the origin of protractor over vertex
• One arm of angle is in zero point of protractor
• Align the base line of protractor with second arm of angle
• See which mark falls on that arm
• The number at that point is angle between this two arms.

Problem Set 26 :

Question no – (1)

Solution :

(1) The steps to draw the angle 60°

• Draw a straight line
• Give the name of that line PQ it is a one arm of angle
• Place the origin of protractor over any point P or Q it is the vertex of angle
• PQ line is in zero point of protractor
• Find the 60 on protractor and mark in paper at that point
• Using the ruler join the mark with vertex
• Give the name of that line is QR it means that Q is vertex
• In this way we draw the PQR of 60° (2) The steps to measure the angle 90°

• Draw a straight line
• Give the name of that line PQ it is a one arm of angle
• Place the origin of protractor over any point P or Q it is the vertex of angle
• PQ line is in zero point of protractor
• Find the 90 on protractor and mark in paper at that point
• Using the ruler join the mark with vertex
• Give the name of that line is QR it means that Q is vertex
• In this way we draw the PQR of 90° (3) The steps to measure the angle 150°

• Draw a straight line
• Give the name of that line PQ it is a one arm of angle
• Place the origin of protractor over any point P or Q it is the vertex of angle
• PQ line is in zero point of protractor
• Find the 150 on protractor and mark in paper at that point
• Using the ruler join the mark with vertex
• Give the name of that line is QR it means that Q is vertex
• In this way we draw the PQR of 150° (4) The steps to measure the angle 30°

• Draw a straight line
• Give the name of that line PQ it is a one arm of angle
• Place the origin of protractor over any point P or Q it is the vertex of angle
• PQ line is in zero point of protractor
• Find the 30 on protractor and mark in paper at that point
• Using the ruler join the mark with vertex
• Give the name of that line is QR it means that Q is vertex
• In this way we draw the PQR of 30° (5) The steps to measure the angle 165°

• Draw a straight line
• Give the name of that line PQ it is a one arm of angle
• Place the origin of protractor over any point P or Q it is the vertex of angle
• PQ line is in zero point of protractor
• Find the 165 on protractor and mark in paper at that point
• Using the ruler join the mark with vertex
• Give the name of that line is QR it means that Q is vertex
• In this way we draw the PQR of 165°

(6) The steps to measure the angle 45°

• Draw a straight line
• Give the name of that line PQ it is a one arm of angle
• Place the origin of protractor over any point P or Q it is the vertex of angle
• PQ line is in zero point of protractor
• Find the 45 on protractor and mark in paper at that point
• Using the ruler join the mark with vertex
• Give the name of that line is QR it means that Q is vertex
• In this way we draw the PQR of 45° Problem Set 27 :

Question no – (1)

Solution :

The example of parallel line see in environment are –

(1) We know that parallel lines do not intersect the railway track lines are not intersect they are parallel to each other

(2) We know that parallel lines do not intersect the zebra crossing on the roads are not intersect they are parallel to each other.

Question no – (2)

Solution :

The example of perpendicular line see in environment are

(1) We know that perpendicular lines are intersect each other the addition symbol lines are intersect.

(2) We know that perpendicular lines are intersect each other the two arms of the scissors are intersect each other.

Question no – (3)

Solution : In the above picture two lines do not intersect each other

So, they are parallel to each other. In the above picture two lines are intersect each other

Hence, they are perpendicular to each other. In the above picture two lines do not intersect each other
So, they are parallel to each other In the above picture two lines do not intersect each other
Thus, they are parallel to each other In the above picture two lines intersect each other

Therefore, they are perpendicular to each other.

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Updated: July 1, 2023 — 7:49 am