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Q: Is a angle of 100 degrees a straight line?

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An angle of 100 degrees is an obtuse angle

50 degrees if its a triangle

Obtuse triangle

The third angle must be 30 degrees so it is an obtuse triangle

It is 80 degrees because supplementary angle add up to 180 degrees.

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A straight line is 180 degrees, which means .100 of a line is 18 degrees.

There is no angle that represents 100 degrees but an angle that is 100 degrees is an obtuse angle.

They can, depending on the value of w.

Supplementary angle of 100 is (180 - 100) = 80 degrees

An angle of 100 degrees is an obtuse angle

360 degrees = 100% so divide the angle's measure, in degrees, by 3.6.360 degrees = 100% so divide the angle's measure, in degrees, by 3.6.360 degrees = 100% so divide the angle's measure, in degrees, by 3.6.360 degrees = 100% so divide the angle's measure, in degrees, by 3.6.

100 degrees is an obtuse angle.

No, though an 100 degrees angle is an obtuse angle. An obtuse angle is any angle whose measure is in the range (90, 180) degrees.

50 degrees if its a triangle

It is an obtuse angle.

It is an obtuse angle

80 degrees

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