Q: Is an adjacent angle a right angle?

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In a right angle triangle the adjacent angle is at the base of the hypotenuse and next to the right angle

A right angle.

Two sides adjacent to a right angle.

First: there can only be one hypotenuse in a right angled triangle and it is always OPPOSITE the right angle, NEVER adjacent.

When considering an angle in a right angled triangle, the adjacent is the short side next to the angle and the hypotenuse is the long one (which will be opposite the right angle)

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In a right angle triangle the adjacent angle is at the base of the hypotenuse and next to the right angle

A right angle.

Two sides adjacent to a right angle.

Opposite and adjacent sides.

First: there can only be one hypotenuse in a right angled triangle and it is always OPPOSITE the right angle, NEVER adjacent.

When considering an angle in a right angled triangle, the adjacent is the short side next to the angle and the hypotenuse is the long one (which will be opposite the right angle)

adjacent in maths means the angle on a triangle next to a right angle in trigonometry and pythagoras

Yes.

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adjacent to the right angle

It could be a right angle or a reflex angle

That's the cosine of the angle to which the 'adjacent' side is adjacent.