Q: What is an angle that measure 90 degree to 180 degrees?

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It is: 180-82 = 98 degrees

A right angle (L) is 90 degrees. A straight angle (_) is 180 degrees.

An angle of 180 degrees is a straight line.

The angle with measure more than 0 degrees and less than 90 degrees is an acute angle, the angle with measure 90 degrees is a right angle,the angle with measure more than 90 degrees and less than 180 degrees is an obtuse angle and the angle with measure 180 degrees is a straight angle. Finally, an angle of more than 180 degrees and less than 360 degrees is a reflex angle.

No, because a triangle's angles can only measure up to 180 degrees. A right angle is 90 degrees, plus another 100 degree angle would be 190 degrees.

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It is: 180-82 = 98 degrees

A right angle (L) is 90 degrees. A straight angle (_) is 180 degrees.

180 - 101 = 79 degrees.

180-27 = 153 degrees

180-75=105 degrees

180 - 46 = 134 degrees.

It is 26 degrees because 154+26 = 180 degrees

An angle can have up to 180 degree's. A circle can have up to 360 degrees. An angle with 180 degrees is a straight line. If you went any farther than it would change into a 179 degree angle, and so on.

40 degrees ( 180 - 140 = 40 )

a triangle has 180 degrees 35+85=120 180-120=60 the third side is 60 degrees

No, a 200 degree angle is a reflex angle. Reflex angles are angles that measure more than 180 degrees.

When an angle has a measure of 120 degrees, it is an obtuse angle. When an angle is an obtuse angle its measure is between 90 and 180 degrees. That is: 90 degrees < obtuse angle < 180 degrees.