There are 3 acute angles and 2 obtuse angles in the letter A.
2 angles whose sum is 180 are called supplementery angles.an example of supplementary angles are two right angles.=)
In a Linear Pair the 2 angles add up to 180 degrees while Vertical Angles are just 2 vertical angles that are congruent.
No. The sum of the internal angles of a plane triangle is 180 degrees. If one of the angles is 90 degrees or more, this leaves 90 degrees or less to be distributed between the other two angles which will then both be acute.No because 2 obtuse angles would measure over 180 degrees and the 3 angles of any triangle add up to 180 degrees.
There is 3 acute angles in the letter M.
I can't tell. I'm having trouble seeing the picture.
It is a rectangle. Just picture it. 4 right angles and 2 sides that are the same length.
If the 2 acute angles are equal and the 2 obtuse angles are equal then it could be a 4 sided quadrilateral in the form of a parallelogram or a rhombus
I need angles both sides of a picture, where I can fix a picture of princess Karen H. Chaer
None of them.
where to find angles? you can find angles anywhere in your house here are some examples: 1.picture frame 2.calculator symbols 3.way a laptop sits like an L
Without a visual or more information, I'm guessing that the picture is of angles 1 and 2 that are consecutive (share an angle side) and a separate picture of consecutive angles 3 and 4. With that said: 1) angle 2 congruent to angle 3................1) given 2) angle 1 is supplementary to angle 2....2) If angles are next to each other --> supps angle 3 is supplementary to angle 4 3) angle 1 congruent angle 4..............3) If supps to congruents angles ---> congruent
A circle is a special type of geometrical figures. Each point on a circle corresponds to different angle.
Nobody created any angles in my picture so I don't know of any reason for them doing so - not for why they did not!
In one triangle, the largest side corresponds to the largest angle and vice versa.
It is when a picture is taken from different angles.