Q: What does 58 degree angle look like?

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The complement of a 32-degree angle is a 58-degree angle. Complementary angles add up to 90 degrees.

The leg opposite the 58 degree angle is the height of the kite above the ground. So, the leg is 36 ft.

The third angle is 81 degrees because 180-41-58 = 81 degrees

sin-1 (2.3/2.7) = 58 degrees to the nearest degree

Then an angle of 58 degrees will be at the bottom of the ladder. Use trigonometry and the sine ratio: sin = opp/hyp and hyp = opp/sin hyp = 20/sin(58) = 23.58356807 length of ladder = 24 feet to the nearest foot

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The complement of a 32-degree angle is a 58-degree angle. Complementary angles add up to 90 degrees.

well you have to use a protractor but this

180-100=80 degree angle

The leg opposite the 58 degree angle is the height of the kite above the ground. So, the leg is 36 ft.

One of the base angle is 58 deg so the other base angle is 58 deg. Sum of all three angles is 180 deg so the third angle (the vertex angle) is 180 - 58 - 58 = 64 degrees.

Then an angle of 58 degrees will be at the bottom of the ladder. Use trigonometry and the sine ratio: sin = opp/hyp and hyp = opp/sin hyp = 20/sin(58) = 23.58356807 length of ladder = 24 feet to the nearest foot

3rd angle is 180-27-58 = 95 degrees

when you add up all the angles of a triagle they equal 180 angle 1 + angle 2 + angle 3 = 180 27 + 58 + angle 3 = 180 85 + angle 3 = 180 angle 3 = 180 - 85 angle 3 = 95

The third angle is 81 degrees because 180-41-58 = 81 degrees

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sin-1 (2.3/2.7) = 58 degrees to the nearest degree

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