Q: What type of angle could measure 33?

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33 degrees

the sum of complimentary angles is 90 degrees, so then 90 - 33 = 57 degrees

360/11 = 32.7272.. degrees.

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It is: 147 degrees because 147+33 = 180 degrees

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33 degrees is an acute angle because it is greater than 0 but less than 90 degrees

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It will still measure 33 degress.

The two angles are complementary, seeing as they add up to equal 90 degrees.

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the sum of complimentary angles is 90 degrees, so then 90 - 33 = 57 degrees

360/11 = 32.7272.. degrees.

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Complementary angles add up to 90°. The complementary angle of 33° is therefore 90 - 33 = 57°.

The angles of a classic Euclidian Triangle always add up to 180 degrees. The best way to remember this is a equilateral triangle (all sides same length and all angles the same angle) has 60 degree angles (3 of them = 3 x 60 = 180). In your case, 78 +33 = 111 your missing angle is 180 -111 = 69 degrees.