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What angle does the letter you make?
two supplementary angles * * * * * NO! Supplementary angles sum to 180 degrees=2 right angles. The correct answer is complementary angles.
The angle bisector is a ray or line segment that bisects the angle, creating two congruent angles. To construct an angle bisector you need a compass and straightedge. Bisector…s are very important in identifying corresponding parts of similar triangles and in solving proofs. Here's a helpful website recommended by my daughter's math teacher. It has a bunch of math video lessons with concept explanations and sample problems. The best part is, it is free. Hope this will help you too. http://www.brightstorm.com/d/math/s/geometry/u/constructions/t/constructing-an-angle-bisector
It would not have sides because it would be a straight line. A straight angle is 180 degrees. Anything above that is a "Reflex"
age, ale, ane, eng, gae, gal, gan, gel, gen, lag, lea, leg, nae, nag. neg
i think about 110 degrees
A triangle is a tri-angle. A shape made up of 3 sides and 3 angles.
any rays that intersect will form 4 angles
To have a congruent angle, the measure of the two angle must be the same, so if ABC is 15 degrees, then FDE would have to be 15 degrees also to be congruent.
One angle must be 90o, which is the right angle. The sum of the other two angles must equal 90o.
You don't always need a protractor to make an angle, just use a normal ruler.
Yes, but only 2 of them whereas the other two angles are acute and obtuse.
Any two angles that total 90 degrees will make up a right angle. Two 45 degree angles will make a right angle - 90 degrees. Also an angle of 30 degrees and another angle o…f 60 degrees will make up a right angle.