It's a 50 degree angle. It's an angle that measures 50 degrees. It's the complementary angle of a 40 degree angle.
90 - 40 = 50 degrees.
It is 40 degrees
ans: 50 degree. its complement is 90-50=40 degree
Any polygon can have a 50-degree angle. It doesn't have to, but it can.
Any degree less than 90 degrees. An acute angle can be 40, 50, 20, 75, or 66 degrees.any angle that is less than 90 degrees...
Fifty degrees. 90+40+90=180
A 40 degree angle is an acute angle, since all angles less than 90 are acute.
A 40 degree acute angle can be constructed with a straight edge and a protractor.
Any polygon can have a 40-degree angle. It doesn't have to, but it can.
the cotangent of a 50 degree angle is -3.678 This is in Radians. The cotangent of a 50 degree angle is .8391 (rounded) degrees.
Since a right triangle has 180 degree angles in it, you know 2 angles already. One is the 90 degree angle, since the triangle is a right one. The other is 40 degrees, as in your statement. 90 plus 40 is 130. 50 degrees is the missing angle since 50 + 40+ 90 equal 180 degrees. Hopefully that helped you.
It is an acute angle.
Well, 40 degrees is already given.. And the angle "R" I assume has a box in its corner, that represents a 90 degree angle. as for I.E: "L" <-- is a 90 degree angle. so you add 40 + 90 = 130. In all triangles will always = 180 degrees. No if and's or but's about it. so you would take your 130 degrees subtract from 180 degrees, 130 - 180 = 50! and that will decipher your answer your looking for.
Supplement of 130 deg = 180 - 130 = 50 deg Complement of 50 deg = 90 - 50 = 40 degrees
It is an isosceles triangle because the third angle must measure 50 degrees
Very similar to to a 45 degree angle, but a bit smaller. Imagine half of a right angle which is 90 degrees.
With a protractor