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Q: What is the angle reference for a right angle?

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360-331=2929 degrees is your reference angle. Remember your signs, though.

29 degrees

First: A right angle is an angle of 90 degrees Second: An obtuse angle is an angle of 91 degrees to 179 degrees A right angle can not have an obtuse angle

The side opposite the right angle in a right angle triangle is its hypotenuse

Yes, a right angle by definition is an angle of 90 degrees

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

A main angle of refrence.

360-331=2929 degrees is your reference angle. Remember your signs, though.

The angle of reference is in the first quadrant, and 90 degrees angle is not in the quadrant.

The term angle of deviation is used in reference to a prism.

Quadrantals are their own reference angle, so 90 degrees.

It is a reflex angle

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complementary angle.

a right angle is a right angle

Given the reference perspective of a specific angle the sides are are the adjacent sides and the opposite side If we have a right triangle the longest side (opposite the right angle) is the hypotenuse.

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