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An angle measuring 55 degrees is an acute angle since it is measures less than 90 degrees.

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55 degrees

The 3rd angle is: 180-55-80 = 45 degrees

The definition of complementary angles are ones that add up to 90 degrees.

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An angle measuring 55 degrees is an acute angle since it is measures less than 90 degrees.

Acute

180 degrees in a triangle 180 - 90 - 55 = 35 35 degrees

An angle that is 55 degrees would be considered an "acute" angle. This is because its measurement does not exceed 90 degrees. Anything above 90 degrees would be considered an "obtuse" angle.

55 degrees

The 3rd angle is: 180-55-80 = 45 degrees

The definition of complementary angles are ones that add up to 90 degrees.

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the angle of elevation from L to K measures 55 degrees. If JK=26,find JL. roind to the nearest tenth

55 degrees.

A complimentary angle which adds up to 90 degrees

the angle measures of a quadrilateral must equal 360 degrees so you add 80+140+55=275 then subtract from 360. the answer is 85

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