A right angle is 90 degrees, so 45 degrees is half a right angle turn.
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One half of a right angle is a 45 degree angle.
It is 1.5 times 90 = 135 degrees
Its really just half of half of 90deg. half of 90 is 45 and half of 45 is 22.5. therefore the answer being 22.5deg
It will be in the form of an isosceles right angle triangle when it has a 90 and two 45 degree angles
A 45-degree angle looks like half of a 90-degree angle. It looks exactly like one straight line with one horizontal line of the bottom, similar to half a square.
It would be a 135 degree angle!
Millimetres measure length, degrees measure angle, therefore you cannot change one into the other.
22.5 degrees - or 22 degrees 30 minutes.
They have one 90 degree angle and two 45 degree angles
The angle opposite the 55 degree angle will also be 55 degrees. The other two angles will each measure 180 - 55 = 125 degrees.
A millimetre is a measure of length. A degree is a measure of angle or temperature. Without further information, a meaningful answer to this question cannot be provided.
A right angle is 90 degrees so if it was 1/3 the measure of a 90 degree angle it would be 30 degrees.
right angle is 90 degrees, one ninth of that is 90 divided by 9, which gives 10degrees
32.5 degree each
That's like asking "How many feet are there in one length ?" The "longitude" of a place is an angle. You can measure it and describe it in any angle units. "Degree" is one possibility of something to use.
Place the center point of the protractor at the vertex of the angle and one of the lines of the angle along the zero line of the protractor. The measure of the angle will then be where on the protractor's angular scale the other line of the angle lies.