Print, laminate, and shuffle the task cards and post around the room. Each card has the next card's answer. There is an answer sheet for the students to record their work. The cards aren't numbered so they just pick any problem as their card one, find the solution which leads them to the next card (card 2) and so on.
I also included a printable, student version of the questions. I shuffled the questions so they aren't in the chain order. I gave the student version to my students on the second day because they needed the pictures to do the work.
There are 30 problems on angle addition. 10 problems are just using numbers, 10 have students finding x, and 10 problems have students finding x to find the value of an angle.