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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"
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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
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.
A triangle cannot have more than one right angle, which measures 90o. The sum of all three angles in a triangle must equal 180o.
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.