Q: What does a 32 degree angle look like?

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The supplement of a 148-degree angle is a 32-degree angle.

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90 degrees and 78 degrees since one of the angles must be 90 degrees. We have 90+32=122 which is the second angle. Now the sum of the angles is 180 so 180-122=78 which is the third angle.

An acute angle

obtuse

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The supplement of a 148-degree angle is a 32-degree angle.

The complement of a 32-degree angle is a 58-degree angle. Complementary angles add up to 90 degrees.

cot(32 deg) = 1.6003, approx.

cot 32° = 1/(tan 32°) = 1/(0.6249) = 1.6003

They are two angles. How they interact depends on details of their location.

180-105-32 = 43 The third angle measures 43 degrees

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by using a ruler and a compass

3:32 and 43 seconds

4X - 25, where X=32 4x 32 -25 =103 we know that sum of two supplementary angles is 180 degree so the supplement of 4X -25 = 180 - 103 = 77 degree

What is a 79 degree of a third angle of a triangle

An angle that measures 32 degrees is an acute angle