It is an acute angle if it measures 65 degrees
an acute angle
A 65 degree angle is acute.
Is 65 an acute angle
An angle that was 65 degrees would be considered an "acute" angle. This is because it measures less than 90 degrees. Anything above 90 would be an "obtuse" angle.
65 degrees is an acute angle
An acute angle
It is acute
Use a straight edge and a protractor to construct an acute angle of 65 degrees
If three central angles measures 65, 87, and 112, find the measure of the fourth central angle.
It is an acute angle. It is the angle between 12 and the minute hand when it is 10 minutes and 50 seconds after the hour.
As many as you like but they will all be scalene triangles
Its 2 equal base angles will each measure 65 degrees
They are both acute angles because they are greater than 0 but less than 90 degrees
These are all acute angles. Any angle less than 90 degrees is an acute angle, and any angle greater than 90 degrees is an obtuse angle. 90 degree angles are called right angles. 180 degrees is considered a straight line, and 360 degrees is considered a circle.
It's hard to explain without visual representation. But imagine a 90 degree right angle. Okay, it makes an L, now image a 90 degree angle a little more acute (smaller than 90) that in sense is a 65 degree angle.
Complementary angles total 90° . If 25° is one angle then its complementry angle measures 90 - 25 = 65°
Not too sure of your question but if one angle measures 115 degrees then the other 3 angles are 115 degrees, 65 degrees and 65 degrees because opposite angles are equal.
Yes and the 3rd angle would be 90 degrees
90 - 25 = 65. The answer is 65 degrees.