What is the formula for rolling a ''Y'' to a 60 degree angle for plumbing drains?
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The formula for "Take off" 45degrees elbow: 1.) For Metric: N.P.S. x 5/8 2.) For Imperial: N.P.S. x .625 Formula for travel of 45 degrees: Run x Cosecant 45degrees = Run x 1.4142 =
the answer is 90 degrees A right angle measures 90 degrees. More than 90 degrees is an obtuse angle and less than 90 degrees isan acute angle. Any triangle with an angle that measures 90 degrees is known as aright triangle.
No, it's 90. A right angle is 25% of a full circle, (or 1/4 of a circle) ......... if a full circle is 360 degrees around, then a right angle, being 1/4 of that, must be 90 degrees.
Triangles angles always (in Euclidean space i.e on a plane) add up to 180 degrees in total so in order for an equalateral triangle to add up to 180 it would have to be 60 degrees. Because 60x3=180.
yes. anything that's not equiangular *all angles equal* will have an angle in it that's greater than 60
Draw a straight line ab putting the centre of compass at a take an arc which cuts ab at point c (let) from point c cut an arc with the same radius which u had taken while drawing the first this cuts the first arc at poiint d(let) join a-d and produce it in the direction of d angle bad is the req…uired angle (MORE)
Other than to say the three sides are of equal length, you cannot get the length of the sides of a triangle knowing only its angles.. Also, each angle MUST be 60 degrees in order to qualify as an equilateral triangle.
The definition of a right angle is one quarter of a circle. If you're using the popular system of 360 degrees in a circle, then a right angle is 90 degrees.
Let's say that the angles of this triangle is supplementary. So our equation will be:. 80 + 60 + x = 180. Solve for x. (80 + 60) 140 + x = 180. x = 180 - 140. x = 40. That is the measurement of the third angle.. To check, just simply add the 3 and you'll get 180. - ericka janolo . http://ww…w.friednster.com/ekang03 . (MORE)
Angles are measured in degrees, radians, grad, etc.. These are the conversion factors 1 radian = degree x pi/180 pi or Ï = 3.14 1 revolution = 360 degrees = 400 grad 1 degree = 60 minutes = 3600 seconds you may try below link for conversions
The hands of a clock at two o'clock are set at a 60 degree angle.
it is called a 30 60 90 and the sides are proportionally equal to 1,2,sq rtof3
A right triangle, whose the length measure of the side opposite to the angle of 30 degrees is one half of the length measure of the hypotenuse.
There isn't a formula for determining the degrees of a simple acute angle. The only way is with a protractor or estimate.
The polar regions would be larger, and winter conditions more severe; summers would be hotter.
Since the sum of the two complement angles is 90â° , then the complement of a 60â° angle is a 30â° angle.
Form an equilateral triangle - this is where all three sides are of equal length and all three internal angles are equal. well its less that 90 degrees so its an acute angle
The sum of the three internal angles of a triangle is equal to 180 degrees. Since the two known angles are 50 degrees and 60 degrees, the third angle is equal to 180 - 50 - 60 = 70 degrees.
equilateral triangle (and so, if it is in Euclidean (plane) space, it has 3 angles all of which are 60Â°) otherwise (in Hyperbolic or Spherical space) it is an isosceles triangle.
1. If V 1 and V 2 be two vectors at 90 0 from each other, having magnitudes of 10 and 20 units each, what will be the value of V 1 . V 2 ?
No. Total angles 360. 3 x 60 would leave 180 which is a straight line!
If it's a ratio problem, then 45 is to 1.4142 as 60 is to x 45/1.4142 = 60/x 45x = 84.852 x = 1.8856 Otherwise, there isn't enough info to answer
Whatever you like. For a start, it depends on what the shape is - triangle, quadrilateral, other polygon. Then on what some of the other sides are.
Acute Angle. an angle that is less than 90Â°. Right Angle. an angle that is 90Â° exactly. Obtuse Angle. an angle that is greater than 90Â° but less than 180Â°. Straight Angle. an angle that is 180Â° exactly. Reflex Angle. an angle that is greater than 180Â° .
Both the arrows will cover equal horizontal distance as their angles are at an difference from 45 degree. Horizontal range is maximum at 45 degrees and decreases equally on sum or difference of an angle from 45. But vertical distance increases on addition of an angle from 45 and decreases on subtrac…tion of angle from it. For more details, contact at firstname.lastname@example.org (MORE)
Yes. An angle of a triangle can be any number greater than 0 and less than 90 in degrees.
Yes. In this case, the isosceles triangle would more specifically be an equilateral triangle - this can be considered a special case of an isosceles triangle.
The third angle is 180-(60+70) = (180 - 130) = 50 degrees. -- All of its angles aren't equal, so it's not an equilateral triangle. -- No two of its angles are equal, so it's not an isosceles triangle. -- No angle in it is 90 degrees, so it's not a right triangle. -- No angle in it is g…reater than 90 degrees, so it's not an obtuse triangle. --> It's an acute , scalene triangle. (MORE)
A 60-degree angle, as with any angle between 1 and 89 degrees, is an acute angle.
The third angle has to be 90 degrees so it would be a right angle triangle.
An angle does not have a diameter. The arms of an 82 degree angle can be as long as you like - infinite, even.
Both angles are multiples of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 12, 15, 20, 30, and 60 degrees.
No. "Congruent" things are equal, identical, same, twin, indistinguishable, able to substitute for each other. Our staff points out that there is some difference between 60 and 120.
For one thing, it's an "acute triangle" because all three of its angles are acute. But in the very special case where all three angles are 60 degrees each, the triangle's sides are also all the same length, and that characteristic is the root of it's name. It's called an "equilateral" triangle, ev…en though it's also an "equiangular" triangle. (MORE)
If the 3 interior angles of a triangle each measure 60 degrees then it is an equilateral triangle
If each of the 3 interior angles measure 60 degrees then it is an equilateral triangle.
The 4th angle is 120 degrees because the 4 interior angles in parallelogram add up to 360 degrees.
The answer depends on:(1) what function, and (2) where do you want to get it - on a calculator, computer, in your head?
With a protractor or construct an equilateral triangle which has 3 equal interior angles of 60 degrees
The last angle would have to be 60 degrees as well. Since there are 180 degrees in a triangle, 60+60=120 and 180-120=60, it has to be 60 degrees.
An equilateral triangle has two 60 degree angles which must make its third angle also 60 degrees
Any irregular polygon can have an exterior angle measuring 60 degrees. Any irregular polygon can have an exterior angle measuring 60 degrees. Any irregular polygon can have an exterior angle measuring 60 degrees. Any irregular polygon can have an exterior angle measuring 60 degrees.
The angle is tan -1 (M/E)*(D/R) 2 where M is the mass of the earth, E is the mass of the mountain, R is the distance of the plumb bob from the centre of mass of the earth - near enough the earth's radius, D is the distance of the bob from the centre of mass of the mountain. Both M/E and D/R wi…ll be small so that the angle will also be small. In that case, the tangent of the angle will be close to the angle itself (measured in radians). So the angle of deflection is approximately (M/E)*(D/R) 2 radians. (MORE)
An equilateral triangle has 3 interior 60 degree angles but a right angle triangle can have 3 interior angles of 90, 60 and 30 degrees
Yes because there are 3 interior angles in a triangle that add up to 180 degrees
An angle that is 60 degrees would be considered an "acute" angle.This is because its angle measurements do not exceed 90 degrees.Anything above 90 would be considered "obtuse".
No, because the 3 interior angles of any triangle must add up to 180 degrees
An equilateral triangle has 3 equal angles of 60 degrees that add up to 180 degrees
An angle of 60 degrees is an acute angle because it is greater than 0 but less than 90 degrees.
A 60 degree angle is an acute angle because it is greater than 0 but less than 90 degrees.