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A 45 degree elbow will not make a right angle, but two will, if connected in line so that they continue the turn in the same direction. (45o + 45o = 90o, a right angle.)

Q: Does a 45 degree elbow make a right angle?

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90.

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a right ANGLE (not angel) is ninety degrees or straight up as seen from the horizontal, example, a street corner on a map, oriented properly. four right angle make up a square.

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By extending one's elbow, you can make a straight angle.

Any two angles that total 90 degrees will make up a right angle. Two 45 degree angles will make a right angle - 90 degrees. Also an angle of 30 degrees and another angle of 60 degrees will make up a right angle.

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NO, because each intercecting line does not make a right angle-some could make acute or obtuse angles. To be perpendicular the lines that meet have to make a right angle(90 degree angle) or else they will not be perpendicular.

An isosceles triangle consists of a 90 degree angle and two 45 degree angles

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180 degree angle or a straight angle