Q: What does 78 degree angle look like?

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An angle of 78 degrees is an acute angle because it is greater than 0 but less than 90 degrees.

63 degrees because 180 -39 -78 = 63

78 is an acute angle as it is less than 90, 144 is an obtuse angles as it is between 90 and 180

It is 12 degrees because 78+12 = 90 degrees

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180 degrees minus 102 degrees equals 78 degrees.

180-98=82 degrees so that is the supplement.Geometry tells us that two angles are supplementary if their sum is 180 degree. to find out the supplement of 82 degree we subtract: 180-82= 78 degree. Answer: the supplement of 82 degree is 78 degree.

An angle of 78 degrees is an acute angle

An angle whose measure is 78 degrees!

78 degrees is an acute angle

78% of a fraction would look like this: 0.78, or on a calculator it could look like this: 77.5

90-78 = 12 degrees