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Q: At what time do hands of clock form an acute angle?

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It is pi/3 radians (60 degrees).

An obtuse and an acute angle together are the two angles together that form a straight line. However, together they must add up to 180 degrees.

Right Angle

A polygon is pretty much any enclosed shape constructed of straight line segments connected end to end. The angles do not have to be right. In fact, they usually aren't. A right angle would NEVER be a polygon, as it is just one right angle. In Euclidean geometry a right angle must be accompanied by two acute angles to form a triangle--the polygon with the smallest number of sides.

Two lines but they can't be parallel. It would be better to say two rays that share the same endpoint form an angle. However, two intersecting lines form angles also. Two rays can form a 180 degree angle if they share the same endpoint and point in exactly the opposite directions. Two perpendicular lines can form a right or 90 degree angle.

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The hands of a clock at 2 o'clock will form an acute angle of 60 degrees

it is 2 :00 at clock ^_^

it is 2 :00 at clock ^_^

an acute angle - of 30 degrees.

An acute angle is any angle that is between 0° and 90°.At the exact hour mark, the minute hand is always at the 12.And so, the hours where the clock form an acute angle are:1 o'clock2 o'clock10 o'clock11 o'clockThus, there are 4 hours.

obtuse angle

60°

obtuse

1:00, 2:00, 11:00, 12:00an acute angle is any angle that is 89 degrees or less. so 3:10 is a good example

Yes they do - the angle of the hands is 150 degrees.

12:10

30 degrees.

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