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The reference angle for an angle with the measure of 175 degrees is 5 degrees

An angle of 5 degrees is an acute angle because it is greater than 0 but less than 90 degrees

A 5 degree angle is called an acute angle. Any angle less than 90 degrees is acute.

It is an angle of 5 degrees.

90 degrees its just like the angle between 6 and 9 on a clock basically for every number its 30 degrees

A 5 degree angle is an acute angle because it is greater than 0 but less than 90 degrees.

How about 6 degrees?

5 degrees

5/4 of 90 degrees is 112.5 degrees

5 degrees angle, because the sum of two complementary angles is 90 degrees.

Because a pentagon has 5 angles and all must be equal, you can divide the total degrees (360) by the number of sides (5) to get the degrees per angle. 360 / 5 = 72 degrees per angle.

They are: 75 degrees + 15 degrees = 90 degrees

Types of angles according to measure: 1. Acute angle- angle measure is less than 90 degrees 2. Right angle- angle measure is 90 degrees 3. Obtuse angle- angle measure is more than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees. 4. Straight angle- angle measure is 180 degrees 5. Reflex angle- angle measure is more than 180 degrees but less than 360 degrees

Each exterior angle: 72 degrees Each interior angle: 108 degrees

There are two angles between 5 and 8 on a clock face. The smaller (right) angle is 90 degrees. The larger (reflex) angle is 270 degrees.

56 degrees is an acute angle becuase it is greater than 0 but less than 90 degrees

55 degrees

32 degrees

90 degrees times 5

They are: 85 degrees and 175 degrees respectively

It is: 360/5 = 72 degrees for each exterior angle and each interior angle will be 108 degrees

5-15 degrees

30 degrees

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complement: 90 - A A=angle 1/5 x (A) + 6 = (90 - A) 1/5 x A = 84 - A 1/5 x A + A = 84 6/5 x A = 84 6 A = 420 A = 70 degrees