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Q: Why is a 70 degree angle impossible?

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With a protractor

Hint: 180 take away 70... 180o - 70o = 110o

90 - 20 = 70 degrees.

A trapazoid has those angles

Yes by bisecting an angle of 140 degrees with a compass

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180 - 70 = 110. The supplement is 110 degree angle.

First draw a 90 degree angle .Than draw a 20 degree angle from that 90 degree angle . Than the rest of the angle will be 90-20=70 .Now bisect the 70 degree angle we will get 70/2=35. Now add the rest of the angle means 35+20 =55 GOT 55 DEGREE ANGLE

A 70 degree angle is an acute angle because it is greater than 0 but less than 90 degrees

90 degrees

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It is an acute angle.

A pair of complementary angles add up to 90 degrees. Therefore, the complement of a 70 degree angle is 90 - 70 = 20 degrees.

A supplementary angles are 2 angles that equal 180. 70+110=180

Hint: 180 take away 70... 180o - 70o = 110o

An angle of 70 degrees is an acute angle because it is greater than 0 but less than 90 degrees.

You can't- that's impossible!

90 - 20 = 70 degrees.

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