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Reference Angles and Coterminal Angles MazesStudents will practice More fromAll Things Algebra Maze 1: Coterminal Angles (angles given in degrees).
Students will practice identifying reference angles and coterminal angles given angles in degrees and radians. There are four unique mazes included. Students use their solutions to navigate through the maze. These work well as warm-ups, alternative homework assignments, classwork, or quick assessments. This activity works very well in conjunction with my Algebra 2 Trigonometry Unit.