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I cannot show you anything!

And even if I could, rulers don't measure angles,

and angles don't appear on them.

Q: Can you show me a 60 degree angle on a 12 inch ruler?

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Depends on the length of the ruler A 6 inch ruler would show 6 whole inches A 12 inch ruler would show 12 whole inches.

No, not through this browser.

draw a base and use this to draw an equilateral triangle each angle of an equilateral triangle adds up to 60 degrees. To have an angle of 120 degree use this angle and then draw another side of a triangle next to it to get a 120 degree angle.

The similarity of the two is that if.... example: if you shined a flashlight at a 30 degree angle on a mirror it will reflect and show as a 30 degree angle on the other side. They are equal.

A 270 degree angle is a reflex angle because it's greater than 180 degrees but less than 360 degrees

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Depends on the length of the ruler A 6 inch ruler would show 6 whole inches A 12 inch ruler would show 12 whole inches.

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draw a base and use this to draw an equilateral triangle each angle of an equilateral triangle adds up to 60 degrees. To have an angle of 120 degree use this angle and then draw another side of a triangle next to it to get a 120 degree angle.

No, not through this browser.

The similarity of the two is that if.... example: if you shined a flashlight at a 30 degree angle on a mirror it will reflect and show as a 30 degree angle on the other side. They are equal.

it is nangle that goes more than 180