# Principle Expedition

## Worksheet Description

This worksheet focuses on teaching students how to apply the angle addition postulate, which states that the sum of two adjacent angle measures is equal to the measure of the larger angle they form. Each problem presents pairs of adjacent angles, and students must find the missing angle measurement using the provided information. By working through these exercises, students will reinforce their understanding of how angles combine and improve their ability to solve for unknown values. This activity provides a practical application of geometric concepts and helps build students’ problem-solving skills.

The primary math skill this worksheet aims to develop is the ability to use the angle addition postulate to determine unknown angle measurements. Students practice setting up and solving equations based on the relationships between adjacent angles. This exercise enhances their analytical thinking and reinforces their understanding of geometric principles. By engaging with these problems, students will improve their accuracy in calculations and gain confidence in their ability to work with angles, preparing them for more advanced studies in geometry.