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No, it's 90. A right angle is 25% of a full circle, (or 1/4 of a circle) ......... if a full circle is 360 degrees around, then a right angle, being 1/4 of that, must be 90 degrees.

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The right angle of a right-angle triangle, like all right angles, is 90 degrees or one quarter of 360 (a full circle). All the angles of any triangle will add up to 180 degrees.

An angle whose measure is 76/360 of a full circle.

Since a full circle is 360Â°, a 331Â° angle is the outside measure of a 29Â° angle.

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No, it's 90. A right angle is 25% of a full circle, (or 1/4 of a circle) ......... if a full circle is 360 degrees around, then a right angle, being 1/4 of that, must be 90 degrees.

There are 90o in a right angle. A right angle is one-quarter of a full circle i.e. 360o.

There are 90 degrees in a right angle There are 180 degrees on a straight line There are 360 degrees in a full circle

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There are 90o in a right angle. A right angle is one-quarter of a full circle i.e. 360o.

Half of a revolution of a circle is 180 degrees and its angles added together are supplementary.

A full circle is 360 degrees, half of that, an arc, is 180. Half an arc, or a right angle, is 90 degrees. Ever heard someone say "Wow, he did a complete 180" when someone changes their mind about something? This is where it comes from. If you are in a circle and turn around to face the exact opposite side of the circle, you have turned 180 degrees. Anyway, the answer is 90 degrees.

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The right angle of a right-angle triangle, like all right angles, is 90 degrees or one quarter of 360 (a full circle). All the angles of any triangle will add up to 180 degrees.

The length of an arc of a circle is the radius times the angle (in radians). So a full circle is an angle of 2*pi radians, and the circumference of a circle is 2*pi*radius. A half circle is pi*radius. Quarter circle is (pi/2)*radius, etc.