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Q: What type of a angle is 37. degrees?

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complement to an angle is 90 degrees minus the angle 90 - 37 = 53 degrees

As it is less than 90 degrees and greater than 0 degrees it is an acute angle.

Supplementary angles are pairs of angles whose sum equals 180 degrees. Therefore: 37 degrees + x degrees = 180 degrees. 180 degrees - 37 degrees = x degrees = 143 degrees. The supplement of a 37 degree angle is a 143 degree angle.

Acute angle

90-37 = 53 degrees.

A 53 degree angle.

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It is 37.

That would be an obtuse angle because the degrees are over 90.

another angle, of 53 degrees

An angle of 181 degrees is a reflex angle.

143 degrees and 53 degrees respectively

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