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An angle of 78 degrees is an acute angle

78 degrees is an acute angle

90-78 = 12 degrees

90-78= 12 degrees

An angle of 78 degrees is an acute angle because it is greater than 0 but less than 90 degrees.

An angle of 78 degrees is an acute angle because it is greater than 0 but less than 90 degrees.

An acute angle.

12 degrees

It is 12 degrees because 78+12 = 90 degrees

Yes, as for example 78 degrees and 102 degrees would form a supplementary angle of 180 degrees.

78

(90 - 78)/2 ie 6o

110 degrees.

180 degrees minus 102 degrees equals 78 degrees.

63 degrees because 180 -39 -78 = 63

First of all its adjacent and an adjacent angle is and angle that is less than 90 degrees......... :)ex. (78 degrees)

78 degrees I believe.

The 4th angle is: 360-90-145-78 = 47 degrees

It is an acute angle because it's greater than 0 but less than 90 degrees

Assuming that in a parallelogram, angle A = 78 degrees angle B = 3y degrees and that angles A and B are adjacent interior angles of the parallelogram. 78 + 3y = 180 so 3y = 102 and so y = 102/3 = 34 degrees.

It is: 47 degrees

51 degees

90 degrees and 78 degrees since one of the angles must be 90 degrees. We have 90+32=122 which is the second angle. Now the sum of the angles is 180 so 180-122=78 which is the third angle.

The two angles sum to 180 degrees. So if one is 78, the other is 102.

These two angles total 180o therefore they are each others supplements.