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You cannot measure it exactly, but there is a little-known method of approximating it.

You need to measure a distance of 3 inches from the vertex along each ray. Twenty times the length of the segment connecting these points is approximately the measure of the angle between the rays.

Q: How do you find the degree in an angle without a protracter?

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Try a protracter.

the missing angle is 93 degrees. you find that out by adding 53 and 34 and then subtracting them from 180. :)

csc(74) = 1.0403 (rounded)

Subtract 90 - 46.

180 - 143 = 37 degrees

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the missing angle is 93 degrees. you find that out by adding 53 and 34 and then subtracting them from 180. :)

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