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Q: What angle is 20 degrees?

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to construct an angle of 20 degrees all you have to do is to trisect an angle of 60degrees

100

It is a right angle triangle and its 3rd angle is 70 degrees.

Between 15 and 20 degrees...

It is: 160 degrees

The key is to recognize that "the angle of INCIDENCE is equal to the angle of REFLECTION", for an 'Elastic' collision. So the answer is 20 degrees.

20 degrees

Exterior angle = 20 degrees Interior angle = 160 degrees

90 - 20 = 70 degrees.

Each exterior angle measures 20 degrees Each interior angle measures 160 degrees

The 3rd angle is 70 degrees which would form a right angle triangle.

20% = 72 degrees

20 degrees

18 degrees

180 degrees - 160 degrees = 20 degrees (the exterior angle). 360/20 = 18sides

Its exterior angle is 20 degrees and it will have 360/20 = 18 sides

Any triangle that has an angle measuring 90 degrees is a right triangle.

20 degrees. the definition of a supplementary angle is two angles that add up to 180 degrees.

Complementary angles add to 90 degrees so the complementary angle to 70 degrees has a measure of 20 deg.

right triangle and the other angle would be 70 degrees. Hope I helped :)

yes, just add all the angles together and if it equals 180 your ok

Angle 1 = 30 degrees Angle 2 = 50 degrees Angle 3 = 100 degrees.

Each exterior angle is 360/18 = 20 degrees. So each interior angle is 180 - 20 = 160 degrees.

18 to 20 degrees

I believe about 20 degrees.