Q: How do you describe an angle?

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A right angle is an angle that is equal to 90 degrees. It looks more like an L-shaped angle.

Anticlockwise.

No. A right angle has exactly 90 degrees; an acute angle has less than 90 degrees.

An isosceles triangle

Contains one right angle, and the sum of the remaining angles is 90 degrees. Has 2 legs and 1 hypotenuse.

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As "an angle that is obtuse or reflex".

A right angle is an angle that is equal to 90 degrees. It looks more like an L-shaped angle.

An acute angle is less than 90 degrees.

less than 90 degrees

Anticlockwise.

The grandmother described the angle as sharp and unforgiving, emphasizing how it cut across the room with precision and intensity.

FED and DEF lol

In Physics, the angle of incidence is the angle a ray or beam of light makes meeting a surface. To visualize it, think of it as the angle a cricket ball, football, or basketball makes on hitting the ground. Also the angle of incidence is equal to the angle of reflection.

Supplementary angles.

Lines that intersect at a right angle.

No. A right angle has exactly 90 degrees; an acute angle has less than 90 degrees.

u say wether its an accute or obtuse or whateva kind of angle it is!