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# How do you describe an angle?

Updated: 10/1/2022

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The figure formed by two rays sharing a common endpoint.

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### How do you describe a angle of between 90 and 360 degrees?

As "an angle that is obtuse or reflex".

### How would you describe a right angle?

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

### What is the best way yo describe an acute angle?

An acute angle is less than 90 degrees.

### Describe a acute angle?

less than 90 degrees

Anticlockwise.

### How did grandmother describe the angle?

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

FED and DEF lol

### How would you describe the angle of incidence?

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.

### Which is the correct term correctly describe the angle AXB and CXD?

Supplementary angles.

### Describe lines that are perpendicular to each other?

Lines that intersect at a right angle.

### Can the word acute describe a right triangle?

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

### How do you describe angles?

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