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you just draw one right angle and draw one half of a right angle and connect them together and wella you got one.

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a right-angle is 90 degrees so half that 45 degrees your answer is 45 degrees

Think of your regular trapezoid (half a hexagon). Now cut it in half with a line perpendicular to the top and bottom. You can see the right angles along one side. The top and bottom lines are parallel. The seond angle on the bottom is acute, and the second top is obtuse. Can't be bothered to provide diagrams, though. Draw them yourself.

A right angle is 90 degrees. One and a half of 90 degrees is 90 + 45 = 135 degrees

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No. Well... kind of because they are both bisections. The difference is that the angle bisector splits an angle in half, while a perpendicular bisector creates a right angle from a horizontal line. They both "split" something in half.

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A right angle is 90 degrees. If you make one and a half of these 1.5 x 90 = 135 degrees

A right turn is 90 degrees, and half that is 45 degrees. A right turn and half another turn is 90 plus 45 degrees, or 135 degrees. Provided the turns are in the same direction, that is.

One half of a right angle is a 45 degree angle.

A right angle is 90 degrees, so 45 degrees is half a right angle turn.

A right-angle triangle is half of a square or rectangle. Draw a square or rectangle and draw a line from one corner to the corner diagonally opposite. You now have two triangles of the same area.

*half 90 degrees An Acute angle.

A 90-degree angle is a right angle.

A straight angle is 180 degrees so half of that is 90 degrees of a right angle.

a right angle is half of a straight angle

Yes, any angle less than 90 degrees is acute. Therefore, half of a right angle (half of 90 degrees) would be 45 degrees, making it acute.

A 45 degree (Acute) angle.