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You draw a single ray and label it twice: once for the incoming ray and again for the outgoing ray.

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To draw an adjacent angle you should draw an angle and inside that angle draw a semi-line. Make sure that both angles are not equal.

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Draw a capital L.

How do you draw a one-quarter right- angle turn

When an angle is drawn a small arc is normally placed near the vertex between the arms to show the angle. A reflex angle is one greater than 180°, so draw the two arms as normal and then draw a small arc around the vertex of the angle "outside" the arms of the angle, ie around the angle which is greater than 180° If the problem is how to draw the reflex angle with a protractor that only goes up to 180°, then note that "360° - the reflex angle" gives an angle which is less than 180° and can be measure by the 180° protractor. Draw one arm of the angle, measure the calculated angle (eg if the reflex angle was 200°, 360° - 200° = 160°, so measure 160°), draw the other arm, and then draw an arc around the vertex "outside" the arms to show the reflex angle (in the example, the 200° angle).

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To draw an adjacent angle you should draw an angle and inside that angle draw a semi-line. Make sure that both angles are not equal.

Draw an L and draw a line coming from the origin of the angle. That dividing line is an angle bisector.

draw the outside angle if you want to show 270 degrees then you draw a 90 degree angle but draw the circle outside of it

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Draw two line segments at a right angle, and add three more line segments to complete a closed figure.

Draw a capital L.

you just draw one right angle and draw one half of a right angle and connect them together and wella you got one.

how do you draw a quadrangle that has at least 1 right angle.

How do you draw a one-quarter right- angle turn

When an angle is drawn a small arc is normally placed near the vertex between the arms to show the angle. A reflex angle is one greater than 180°, so draw the two arms as normal and then draw a small arc around the vertex of the angle "outside" the arms of the angle, ie around the angle which is greater than 180° If the problem is how to draw the reflex angle with a protractor that only goes up to 180°, then note that "360° - the reflex angle" gives an angle which is less than 180° and can be measure by the 180° protractor. Draw one arm of the angle, measure the calculated angle (eg if the reflex angle was 200°, 360° - 200° = 160°, so measure 160°), draw the other arm, and then draw an arc around the vertex "outside" the arms to show the reflex angle (in the example, the 200° angle).