Q: How many angle in the star?

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Stars do not have arms.

3 names of where you would find an acute angle is: Triangle, cone and a star.

The device that astronomers use to find the angle between the horizon and stars in the sky is called a sextant.

A right angle only has one angle.

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the answer is 5 each tip of the star is a acute angle and each angle on the inside of the star is an obtuse angle. there are 5 obtuse angles and no right angles.

Between two points - like a star and Earth - you would have a line, not an angle. Angles may be indicated between two stars - that is, the angle would be star 1 - Earth - star 2.

We would typically use a sextant to measure the angle of a star above the horizon.

It depends on if it is a 5 point, 6 point, or some other.

Sirius will have a greater angle, because it is closer to us.

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Yes. The stars are so distance that changing your location on earth will have a negligible effect on the angle at which you view it.

Wide Angle - 2002 The Rock Star and the Mullahs 2-2 was released on: USA: 17 July 2003

The dent angle of a star polygon is the angle formed by the bent line between two points that form the point angles. I found a PDF that defines the way to calculate that dent angle and checked it out with a know star. It works: For a star polygon with n points and 2n congruent sides and a point angle of A: the dent angle B = (360/n) + A So for an 8 pointed star with a point angle of 20 degrees, the formula says: (360/8) + 20 = 65 degrees Note that if the point angle is 135 degrees it is really no longer a star polygon because the two (otherwise bent) line between each of the 8 point becomes 180 degrees. The above formula also proves that Equally for an 8 pointed star polygon formed by joining each second point (forming two over lapped squares, the resultant dent angle becomes 135 degrees. Again the formula confirms that angle. Two home-runs feels pretty good! The URL reference is: teach.valdosta.edu/plmoch/MATH3162/Spring%202009/11-3.pdf

The angle between the Pole Star and the horizon is equal to your latitude.

An acute angle has one angle.

its not because they get older it has something to do with the angle