By Frank R Spellman; Joanne Drinan
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Thus, 90 degrees is written 90°. 60 seconds equal 1 minute and 60 minutes equal 1 degree. This is important to add angles. , 0° 12'. If the line BC rotates from BA through one-fourth of a circle, it will, with BA, form an angle of 90°, called a right angle. 5. ✔ Simply, when a vertical line crosses a horizontal line, the two lines are said to be perpendicular. In this case, four equal angles are formed. Each of these is a 90° or right angle. This concept is important in measuring the area of rectangles.
In this case, four equal angles are formed. Each of these is a 90° or right angle. This concept is important in measuring the area of rectangles. 6. 4 Adding angles. 5 Right angle. 6 180° angle, An angle of less than 90° is called an acute angle. An angle greater than 90° but less than 180° is an obtuse angle. 8. As mentioned, when two lines cross, angles are formed; specifically, adjacent and opposite angles. 9. 7 Acute angle. 8 Obtuse angle. 9. Opposite angles are always equal — that is, angle A equals angle C.
As mentioned, when two lines cross, angles are formed; specifically, adjacent and opposite angles. 9. 7 Acute angle. 8 Obtuse angle. 9. Opposite angles are always equal — that is, angle A equals angle C. 10, the angle shown tells us a lot. It tells us that because adjacent angles equal 180°, we know that corner A on the plate is 135° (180 – 45 = 135). 9 Opposite and adjacent angles. ✔ Two angles whose sum is one right angle are called complementary angles. 10 Machine access plate. 11 Complementary angles.