Q: What does a 28 degrees angle look like?

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90 - 28 = 62 degrees

It is 62 degrees because 62+28 = 90 degrees

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It is 90-28 = 62 degrees

The third angle is 93 degrees

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An angle of 28 degrees is an acute angle because it is greater than 0 but less than 90 degrees

90 - 28 = 62 degrees

It is 62 degrees because 62+28 = 90 degrees

acute

It is 90-28 = 62 degrees

Suppose the larger angle is x degrees. Then the smaller angle is x - 2 degrees, and so they sum to 2x - 28 degrees. The two angles are complementary, so 2x - 28 = 90 is 2x = 90 + 28 = 118 so that x = 118/2 = 59 degrees and then x - 29 = 59 - 28 = 31 degrees. The two angles are 59 and 31 degrees.

The sum of the internal angles of a triangle is 180 degrees. Since you know this is a right-angled triangle, you know that one side is 90 degrees. If the other angle is 28 degrees, then you know that the remaining angle must be 180 - 90 - 28 = 62 degrees.

90 - 28 = 62 degrees.

The difference between 90 degrees and an angle is its complement. 90 - 62 = 28 degrees.

The third angle is 93 degrees

Each angle in a 28-sided shape is about 167.14 degrees.

124 degrees