a 60-degree angle
A 60 degree angle
It is 60 degrees
The complement to a 60 degree angle would be 30. The ratio then would be 2.
A right angle
30 degree angle
15 degrees. A bisected 60 degree angle makes 2 30 degree angles by definition of an angle bisector, then a 30 degree angle makes 2 15 degree angles by definition of an angle bisector.
a 60 degree angle is twice the size of a 30 degree angle.
The takeoff for a 30 degree angle will depend with the offset angle.
Compliment of 60 degrees is 30 degrees.
Yes and they are both acute angles
staircase is made in an angle of 20 to 30 degree and it shouldn't be more then 30 degree.
If you bisect a 30 degree angle, you end up with two 15 degree angles.
A right angle is 90 degrees so if it was 1/3 the measure of a 90 degree angle it would be 30 degrees.
You can calculate the angle Let X =angle in degrees The complement is 90 -x 1/3(90-X) = X 30 - X/3 = X 30 = 4X/3 X = 22.5 degrees
An angle with 30 degrees is an acute angle.
A 30 degree angle is an acute angle because it is greater than 0 but less than 90 degrees.