Q: What angle is 160 degree?

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160 The 2 angles must equal 180 degrees, so 160 is the answer.

An angle of 160 degrees is an obtuse angle

No, 160 degrees is an obtuse angle.

An obtuse angle.

If each interior angle is 160 degrees then it will have 18 sides

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An obtuse angle is an angle between 90 degrees and 180 degrees. A 180 degree angle is a straight horizontal line. So you can imagine that a 160 degree angle is almost but not quite horizontal.

160 The 2 angles must equal 180 degrees, so 160 is the answer.

18

A regular octdecagon (18 sided geometric figure) was internal angles of 160 degrees.

An obtuse angle because it's greater than 90 but less than 180 degrees

A pair of supplementary angles add up to 180 degrees. Therefore, the supplement to a 20 degree angle is equal to 180 - 20 = 160 degrees.

An angle of 160 degrees is an obtuse angle

No, 160 degrees is an obtuse angle.

180 - angle = supplement 180- 160 = 20 degrees

The supplement of a 148-degree angle is a 32-degree angle.

An obtuse angle