Q: What angle describes 89 degrees?

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1-89 degrees.

180-89= 91 degrees

Acute

It's less than a obtuse angle and right angle. A acute angle has degrees between 0 degrees and 89 degrees.

an acute angle

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91 degrees is an obtuse angle. 89 degrees is an acute angle.

The complement of 89 degrees is: 89+1 = 90 degrees which is a complementary angle

It is an acute angle

an angle measuring from 0 - 89.999 degrees is an acute angle. an angle at exactly 90 degrees is a right angle. an angle from 90.001 degrees to 180 degrees is an obtuse angle.

An angle of 52 degrees, as with any angle between 1 and 89 degrees, is an acute angle.

The measurement of angle ABD is 73 degrees. You find this angle by subtracting angle DBC from angle ABC, or 89-16 is equal to 73 degrees.

an acute angle

It is 91 degrees

1-89 degrees.

180-89= 91 degrees

Acute

An acute angle is 89 degrees or lower.