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Q: What type of angle is a 165 angle?

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An obtuse angle.

An obtuse angle.

An angle of 165 degrees is an obtuse angle because it is greater than 90 but less than 180 degrees.

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An angle of 165 degrees is an obtuse angle because it is greater than 90 but less than 180 degrees.

Obtuse.

It is 165 degrees because 165+15 = 180 degrees

If each interior angle is 165 degree then it's a regular polygon with 24 sides

If its a regular polygon and each interior angle is 165 degrees then it has 24 sides

tan 165/2 = 1.068691

No, a straight angle is equivalent to 180 degrees.

Since the sum of measures of the two supplementary angles is 180⁰, we have:180⁰ - 165⁰12' = 179⁰60' - 165⁰12' = (179 - 165)⁰(60 - 12)' = 14⁰48'

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If interior angle is 165 then exterior must be 15.Exterior angles of regular n-sided polygon = 360/n.As 360/n = 15, n must be 24

There is no such polygon but if you meant an interior angle of 165 then it will have 360/15 = 24 sides

If one interior angle is 165 degrees, find the number of sides of the polygon.

Exterior angle: 15 degrees Interior angle: 165 degrees

A supplementary angle is the one you would add to an angle to bring the total to 180°, In this that would be 15°.

It is an obtuse angle because it is greater than 90 but less than 180 degrees

Each interior angle is 165 degrees

With a protractor, pencil and a straight edge

If it is a regular 24gon then each interior angle measures 165 degrees

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