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Q: What does a 170 degrees angle look like?

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As 170 degrees is greater than 90 degrees, but less than 180 degrees, the angle is obtuse.

An angle of 170 degrees is an obtuse angle.

10 degrees

That's obtuse.

An obtuse angle.

It is: 170 degrees

An angle that has 170 degrees is considered an "obtuse" angle. This is because it exceeds 90 degrees. Anything below 90 would be an "acute" angle.

170o is > 90o and < 180o so it is an obtuse angle.

It is an obtuse angle. It is an obtuse angle. It is an obtuse angle. It is an obtuse angle.

170 degrees.

180-170 = 10 degrees and the polygon will have 36 sides

A 170 degree angle is obtuse because it is greater than 90 but less than 180 degrees.

Each exterior angle measures 10 degrees Each interior angle measures 170 degrees

Angles between 90 and 180 degrees are called obtuse.

170 degrees

Providing that it is a regular 36-agon then each exterior angle is 10 degrees and each interior angle is 170 degrees

Yes and it will have 36 sides

36 sides

Each interior angle measures 170 degrees

An obtuse angle. There cannot be an angle with more than 180 degrees so it starts to count backwards when it hits 180. So instead of having a 190 degree angle, you have a 170 degree angle.

In order to make a 190 degree angle, you should subtract 190 from 360. This gives you 170. Draw this angle, and the outer angle is the 190 degrees that you need.?æ

If one angle is 10 degrees, its opposite angle is also 10 degrees. Since consecutive angles are supplementary, each pair of angles has to add up to 180 degrees so the other angles have to be 170 degrees. Therefore this parallelogram has two 10 degree angles and two 170 degree angles.

170 degrees Fahrenheit = 76.67 degrees Celsius

170 degrees Celsius is 338 degrees Fahrenheit.

It will have 360/10 = 36 sides