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yes, since angle is 45 degrees and thus less than 90, making it acute

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Yes, the two angles created are both 45 degrees.

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Q: If a right angle is bisected the resulting angles will always be acute angles?

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They will be acute angles.

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In geometry a bisection refers to a division into two equal parts, for instance a bisection of an angle will involve constructing a line.

Supplementary angles total 180o. If one of the angles is acute it is less than 90o so its supplement must be greater than 90o, so it can never be acute.

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They will be acute angles.

no

That one. there!

acute 45 degree angles

Two equal angles are formed.

you get two angles that are the sum of the original angle but, when added, are the total. (45+45=90)

two equal acute angles are formed.

Two 20 degree acute angles will be formed.

A trapezoid always has two acute angles. the base angles have to be acute because the lower base angles and the upper base angles are complementary so since the upper base angle is always obtuse, the lower base angles have to be acute.

NO they are not.

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