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This paper reports a study on students' use of three solution strategies in learning to find the angle between two intersecting and non-perpendicular straight lines. The study sought to investigate whether low-performing Grade 12 students' use of multiple solution strategies had an effect on their test scores in finding the angle between two intersecting non-perpendicular lines. Seventeen low-performing students from a secondary school in a Province in South Africa participated in the study. Adoi:10.5901/mjss.2014.v5n6p309 fatcat:2eekuknfgva3nb2hetzcy3d6hu