Here is the instructions for the Angle Mazes as provided by Inaba.
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Inaba also provides an example of what not to do and what you should do.
Here is how I translate the rules:
The original file included 38 problems for students to solve spread over 7 pages (8 pages including instructions.) I have condensed the puzzles to fit on 5 pages. The last two puzzles are rather large and had to be placed on the 5th page. If you are content with having only 36 problems, you could just print the first four pages front and back and use only two pages.
I used these as a quick warm-up with my trig class yesterday, and my students really seemed to enjoy them. My student aide in my trig class asked if I could print all of the puzzles for him. I think that means this puzzle is a winner! If I taught geometry, I would definitely find a way to incorporate these into my class. I think I will start using them as warm-ups in my Algebra 1 classes.
File is uploaded here. You can find Inaba's original Japanese version here. Solutions are posted here.
I'm looking forward to translating and making printer friendly versions of more puzzles soon. Have a specific puzzle you want me to do next? Leave me a comment :)