Q: Two angles make a right angle one is fifty six degrees what is the other one?

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the other is 4 degrees. supplementary angles add to 180 degrees

Supplementary angles add up to 180 degrees. If one angle = 130 degrees the other must be 180 - 130 = 50 degrees

For a right angle triangle its hypotenuse is opposite its angle of 90 degrees and its other two angles are acute and its 3 angles add up to 180 degrees.

The other angles are 145Â°, 35Â°, and 145Â°.

Yes, any triangle has three angles which add up to 180 degrees. If one angle is 90 degrees (right angle) then the other two angles would be any two acute angles that add up to the other 90 degrees.

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the other is 4 degrees. supplementary angles add to 180 degrees

Supplementary angles add up to 180 degrees. If one angle = 130 degrees the other must be 180 - 130 = 50 degrees

Its other 3 angles are 37 degrees, 143 degrees and 143 degrees

For a right angle triangle its hypotenuse is opposite its angle of 90 degrees and its other two angles are acute and its 3 angles add up to 180 degrees.

If one angle is 10 degrees, its opposite angle is also 10 degrees. Since consecutive angles are supplementary, each pair of angles has to add up to 180 degrees so the other angles have to be 170 degrees. Therefore this parallelogram has two 10 degree angles and two 170 degree angles.

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Opposite angle is 45 degrees and the other 2 angles are both 135 degrees the perimeter has nothing to do with the angles.

If all three angles of a triangle measure less that 90 degrees (if all three angles are acute), the triangle is an acute triangle. A triangle that has a right angle (an angle the measures exactly 90 degrees) is a right triangle. (The other 2 angles will be acute angles.) A triangle that has an angle that is greater than 90 degrees (an obtuse angle), is an obtuse triangle. (The other 2 angles will be acute angles.)

The other angles are 145Â°, 35Â°, and 145Â°.

Yes, any triangle has three angles which add up to 180 degrees. If one angle is 90 degrees (right angle) then the other two angles would be any two acute angles that add up to the other 90 degrees.

One angle must be over 90 degrees (an obtuse angle), and the other two angles under 90 degrees (acute angles). ^-^

Well, if one angle is acute then the other one has to be acute. This is because the definition of complimentary angles is the sum sum of the angles has to add up to 90 degrees. So therefore, the angle has to add up to 90 degrees.