An angle of 46 degrees is an acute angle because it is greater than 0 but less than 90 degrees.
46 degrees is an acute angle because it is greater than 0 but less than 90 degrees
It is an angle whose measure is 46/360 = 23/180 of a full rotation.
180 - (46 + 108) = 26 degrees180 - (46 + 108) = 26 degrees180 - (46 + 108) = 26 degrees180 - (46 + 108) = 26 degrees
180 - 46 = 134 degrees.
Third angle would be 46 degree. 180-44-90 =46
No, because all three angles need to add to exactly 180 degrees
It is: 44 degrees
For an isosceles triangle with vertex 46 degrees, the sum of the remaining two base angles is 180-46 = 134 degrees. Base angles are equal because it's isosceles, so each angle is half of their sum. 134/2 = 67 degrees. Thus, any isosceles trapezoid formed inside that isosceles triangle by drawing parallel lines to the triangle's base, will have base angle measures of 67 degrees, which are triangle's base angles.
no, because all three angles need to add to 180 degrees; your's adds to 181 degrees
Yes. Also, for finding any other root (cubic root, fourth root, etc.). The main square root of a complex number can be found easily if it is expressed in polar notation. For example: the square root of 5 at an angle of 46 degrees) the complex number that has the absolute value 5 and an angle of 46 degrees) is equal to the square root of 5, at an angle of 46/2 = 23 degrees.
an angle measuring from 0 - 89.999 degrees is an acute angle. an angle at exactly 90 degrees is a right angle. an angle from 90.001 degrees to 180 degrees is an obtuse angle.
As the angle is between 90 degrees and 180 degrees it is an obtuse angle.
An obtuse angle is 130 degrees. Any angle more than 90 degrees is obtuse, any angle under 90 degrees is acute, and 90 degrees is a right angle.
An angle of 215 degrees is a reflex angle
54 degrees 180 - 126 = 54
An angle of 132 degrees is an obtuse angle
An angle of 72 degrees is an acute angle
angle between 90 and 180 degrees is A obtuse angle
An angle of 140 degrees is an obtuse angle because it is greater than 90 but less than 180 degrees.
Obtuse. An acute angle is less than 90 degrees, a right angle is 90 degrees, and an obtuse angle is more than 90 degrees.
There is no angle that represents 100 degrees but an angle that is 100 degrees is an obtuse angle.
The altitude of the sun is 72+ degrees, and actually closer to 73 degrees. (72 degrees 46+ minutes).