If it is an isosceles triangle then the base angles must be equal angles of 69 degrees because there are 180 degrees in a triangle and 42+69+69 = 180 degrees
It is a scalene triangle that would have the given angles.
one angle will be 69 degrees while the other angle will be 111 degrees.
What is a 79 degree of a third angle of a triangle
There is no angle that represents 100 degrees but an angle that is 100 degrees is an obtuse angle.
69 degrees 180-42 = 138 138/2 = 69 degrees You do not need the measure of the side to derive the answer.
It is the supplementary angle of 125 degrees which is 55 degrees
The angle that 193 degrees is an octuse angle. 90 degrees is a right angle.
The reference angle for an angle with the measure of 175 degrees is 5 degrees
An obtuse angle is 130 degrees. Any angle more than 90 degrees is obtuse, any angle under 90 degrees is acute, and 90 degrees is a right angle.
Acute angle=45 degrees Right angle = 90 degrees Straight Angle=180 degrees.
A right angle is a 90 degrees angle.
An angle of 50 degrees is an acute angle
An angle of 342 degrees is a reflex angle
An angle of 27 degrees is an acute angle
An angle of 283 degrees is a reflex angle
An angle of 129 degrees is an obtuse angle
If it is a complementary angle, the missing angle is 52 degrees. If it is a supplementary angle, the missing angle is 142 degrees. If it is an opposite angle, the missing angle is 38 degrees. Obviously, you need to know what type of angle you're looking for.
It depends what angle, if it's a straight angle it is 180 degrees, but if it is a right angle then it's 90 degrees.
An angle of 52 degrees, as with any angle between 1 and 89 degrees, is an acute angle.
angle between 90 and 180 degrees is A obtuse angle