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Q: How can you use a right angle to determine the classification of another angle?

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With a ray

YOU can use a right angle by making it small to make it acute or you can make it big so it is obtuse

Determine if an angle is a right angle by using a protractor.

Another right angle.

So basically , you have an right angle and another angle . You draw an right angle over the angle your looking at and if its smaller than the right angle then its an acute angle . If its bigger than the right angle then its a obtuse angle . GoodLuck!(;

A right angle is a 90 degrees angle

If a triangle has a right angle, it is a right triangle.

Equilateral, isosceles, scalene and right angle triangles.

It is another right angle of 90 degrees because supplementary angles add up to 180 degrees.

there will be a right angle in the triangle.

If the other angle is smaller than the right angle, it is an acute angle.If the other angle is the same as the right angle, it is a right angle.If the other angle is bigger than the right angle but smaller than two right angles, it is an obtuse angle.If the other angle is the same as two right angles, it is a straight angle.If the other angle is bigger than two right angle but smaller than four right angles, it is a reflex angle.After four right angles, the other angle starts back at being an acute angle.

90o angle

A right angle

If the angle is larger than a right angle it is obtuse

If one of the angles in a triangle is exactly 90 degrees, then it is a right-angle triangle.

if its not at 90%

The Right Angle.

Right angle E. The vertex of any angle can also be used to name the angle.

When lines met or cross at a right angle are perpendicular lines.

Angle DEF is the same as angle FED.

It is called an obtuce angle because it looks like this right?: -------------------------_------------------------ or a right angle if it looks like this: ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ---------------------------------

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A square has four right angles. A right angle is an angle of 90 degrees. Right angles have two lines that are perpendicular to one another.

A right angle is 90 degrees if an angle is wider than 90 it is obtuse if it is less than 90 it is an acute angle.