Q: What is 90 degrees above zero?

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The cosine of 90 degrees is zero.

No. As the angle increases from zero to 90 degrees,its sine increases from zero to '1'.

An angle above 90 but less than 180 degrees is an obtuse angle An angle above 180 degrees is a reflex angle

It is an acute angle that is greater than 0 but less than 90 degrees

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The cosine of 90 degrees is zero.

Cosine of 90 degrees is zero.

'Warm' is best described as relative to a fixed temperature. If the temperature is zero degrees F., then ten degrees above zero is warm. If the temperature is 90 degrees F., than 100 degrees F., is warm-er.

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There are 90 degrees of latitude from the equator (0 degrees latitude) to the North Pole (90 degrees latitude).

90 degrees north or south of the equator.

90 degrees south latitude and ANY longitude is the South Pole.

An acute angle is less than 90 degrees and zero degrees.

Latitudes range from zero to 90 degrees.The equator is the line of zero latitude.The north pole is 90 degrees north latitude.The south pole is 90 degrees south latitude.

Any number between zero and 90 degrees North, or between zero and 90 degrees South.

The distance in degrees from the prime meridian to 90 degrees East is 90 degrees. This means that 90 degrees East is located directly on the opposite side of the Earth from the prime meridian, which is at 0 degrees.