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One way is to use a protractor. There are others

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You could find the measurements of an angle by using a protractor and measuring the angle.

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That's a very unspecific question. Is it just an angle? Is it part of a polygon? Are the measurements specified? You could measure it with a protractor if that's what you're asking.

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