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Q: How many degrees is an acute angle?

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An angle of 60 degrees is an acute angle

A complement of an acute angle must be an acute angle. An acute angle is an angle whose measure is more than 0 degrees but less than 90 degrees. For example, even if the angle was the minimum 1 degree, the complement is still 89 degrees, which is still acute. Therefore, any combination of a complement of an acute angle MUST be acute.

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An acute angle is any angle that is less the 90 degrees. For example 2 degrees is and acute angle and so is 77 degrees. So the answer to your question would be X is anything greater than 0 and less than 90.

Complementary angles total 180 degrees. So if the obtuse angle is 145 degrees, the acute angle is 35 degrees.

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89.999... degrees. An acute angle is any degree under 90.

Acute angle = <90 degrees Right angle = 90 degrees Obtuse angle = >90 degrees To answer your question, obtuse angle is larger.

An acute angle is greater than 0 but less than 90 degrees

1-89 degrees.

180 degrees

It is less than 90 degrees - acute angle

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