what is the measurement of an acute angle
An acute angle
An angle is a measurement of degrees and as such it is not a polygon.
Any angular measurement below 90 degrees is an acute angle. Any angular measurement below 90 degrees is an acute angle.
An angle with a measurement less than 90°.
A reflex angle
Is an acute angle.
An angle that measures 87.177 degrees would be considered an acute angle. This is because its degrees measurement is below 90 degrees.
an acute angle doesn't have an exact measurement, but it is lower than 90 degrees. So any angle below 90 degrees is an acute.
less than 90 degrees
An 80 degree angle is an acute angle. Any angle measurement that falls below 90 is acute while anything above is obtuse.
A sharp or an acute angle is an angle that is less than 90 degrees in measurement.
Well they might be but in all cases no. Acute angles just have to have an angle less than 90 degrees to be acute!
Less than 90 degrees.
Complementary angles total 180 degrees. So if the obtuse angle is 145 degrees, the acute angle is 35 degrees.
the area referrers to the length and circumference of the triangle it self. The measurement matters to find the acute angle it self as a angle not a triangle
An acute angle is one which has a degree measurement that is less than 90 but more than zero
Acute, right angle, obtuse and reflex.
1 acute angle = 1 acute angle
An acute angle would be 13 degrees. This is because the angle measurement does not exceed 90. Anything below 90 degrees is "acute" while anything above 90 is "obtuse".
That is an acute angle. An obtuse angle is not acute.
An acute angle