Q: Can we draw all angles without using protracter?

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It is the line from 0 to 130 degrees on your protractor

Supplementary Angles total 180o. A straight line is theoretically an angle of 180o. Draw a straight line (ruler) and draw another straight line from anywhere you like on it and at any angle you like. You have created a pair of supplementary angles!

use a ruler

using protactor, we use to draw angles in anticlockwise direction and that angles are called positive quadrant angles. and angles in clockwise direction, these angles are called negative quadrant angles.

you just draw lines

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It is the line from 0 to 130 degrees on your protractor

Simple. What you do get a ruler and something to get the angles matching up, therefore use the ruler to make a line 12 cm long. get the protracter and get the angles to match up.

You can use a protractor! Draw the baseline and measure the angles and mark them. Then finally join them together!

Supplementary Angles total 180o. A straight line is theoretically an angle of 180o. Draw a straight line (ruler) and draw another straight line from anywhere you like on it and at any angle you like. You have created a pair of supplementary angles!

use a ruler

using protactor, we use to draw angles in anticlockwise direction and that angles are called positive quadrant angles. and angles in clockwise direction, these angles are called negative quadrant angles.

you just draw lines

Yes it is possible to draw in java by using AWT package. or by using javax package.

Using the fact that the centre of a chord is at right angles to the radius

You can draw a triangle with two obtuse angles in a sphere

platform-dependent

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