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Q: What is the reference angle of 180 degrees?

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A straight angle has 180 degrees in it. 180

An angle of 180 degrees is a straight angle, a straight line.

An angle that measures 180 degrees is called a straight angle.

A straight angle measures 180 degrees.

No. An obtuse angle is between 90 degrees to 180 degrees/ No. An obtuse angle is between 90 degrees to 180 degrees/

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It is a reflex angle because it's greater than 180 degrees

Yes. Quadrantal angles have reference angles of either 0 degrees (e.g. 0 degrees and 180 degrees) or 90 degrees (e.g. 90 degrees and 270 degrees).

A straight angle has 180 degrees in it. 180

An angle of 180 degrees is a straight angle, a straight line.

An angle that measures 180 degrees is called a straight angle.

A straight angle measures 180 degrees.

A straight angle has 180 degrees in it. 180

The reference angle for an angle with the measure of 175 degrees is 5 degrees

No. An obtuse angle is between 90 degrees to 180 degrees/ No. An obtuse angle is between 90 degrees to 180 degrees/

No, 180 degrees is a straight angle. A reflex angle is one whose value is between 180 and 360 degrees.

An angle of between 90 degrees and 180 degrees is called an obtuse angle, an angle that is exactly 180 degrees is called a straight angle (because it creates a straight line), and an angle of more then 180 degrees is called a reflex angle.

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