Q: What is an 80 degree angle?

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180-100=80 degree angle

Angles can be complementary. A 100 degree angle is a complementary angle to an 80 degree angle in geometry studies.

An acute angle.

20 degrees.

It is 10o less than a 90o angle. It has a very steep slope.

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The supplement of an 80 degree angle is an 100 degree angle.

180-100=80 degree angle

a 10-degree angle

The compliment of a 100 degree angle is a 80 degree angle.

complementary angles are defined as 90 degrees - the given angle so 90-80=10 10 degree angle is complementary to an 80 degree angle

100

An acute angle

An 80 degree angle is an acute angle because it is greater than 0 but less than 90 degrees.

Angles can be complementary. A 100 degree angle is a complementary angle to an 80 degree angle in geometry studies.

With a protractor.

An acute angle of 80 degrees can be constructed by means of a protractor and a straight edge

An acute angle.