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Q: What angle is 52 degrees?

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An angle of 52 degrees, as with any angle between 1 and 89 degrees, is an acute angle.

It is: 90-52 = 38 degrees

An angle and its complement sum to ninety degrees. 90-52=38

It is 128 degrees because 128+52 = 180 degrees

The exterior angle of a 52-sided polygon is 360/52 = 6.92 degrees, approx.

52 degrees

The third angle is (128 degrees) minus (the second angle).

180 - 52 = 128 deg

The Complement of 52 degrees would be 38 degrees, because 90 degrees minus 52 degrees is 38 degrees. Hope That helps!

I found it! It's 52 degrees.

If it is a complementary angle, the missing angle is 52 degrees. If it is a supplementary angle, the missing angle is 142 degrees. If it is an opposite angle, the missing angle is 38 degrees. Obviously, you need to know what type of angle you're looking for.

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