What letters of the alphabet make acute angles?
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An acute angle is an angle that measures less than 90 degrees. See the related link, "Acute Angle Pictures" for a diagram of someacute angles.
An acute triangle *is* a triangle with all acute angles. For example, an equilateral triangle where all three angles are 60Â°. If a triangle has one 90Â° angle, then it is a right triangle . If it has one angle greater than 90Â°, then it is an obtuse triangle.
An acute angle is one that is less than 90 degrees.. A right angle is 90 degrees.
a suplementary angle is when 2 or more angles join to create a 180 degree angle, so if an acute angle is adjacent to another angle and the total number of degrees created is 180, then yes it is a suplementary angle.
An angle is acut if the internal measurement (the smallest one) is less then, but not equal to, 90 degrees. If the angle is 90 degrees, it is a right angle. If it is greater then 90 degrees, it is obtuse.
The definition of an obtuse angle is an angle great than 90 degrees and less than 180 degree (there cannot be any angle in a triangle larger than 180 degrees).. The definition of an acute angle is an angle greater than 0 degrees (an angle cannot measure negative or 0 degrees) and less than 90 degre…es.. By definition you could have an infinite number of acute angles in a given obtuse angle as an acute angle could be infinitely small as long as it is greater than 0 (MORE)
It depends on the font. In this font there are: 10 capital letters: B E F H I K L P R T 3 lower case letters: f k t
Zero to 90 = acute 90 = right 90 to 180 = obtuse 180 = straight
It can be found in many shapes that I think that is only in 2-d shapes. Hope this helped you. Plus I am only a 4th grader student so if it's wrong don't blame me!
No, a right angle is 90 degrees and an acute angle is one with less than 90 degrees.
alpha, bet, a, the, hat, tab, bat, eat, tea, lap, pal, at, ate, ape, tape, pat, tap,
A complement of an acute angle must be an acute angle. An acute angle is an angle whose measure is more than 0 degrees but less than 90 degrees. For example, even if the angle was the minimum 1 degree, the complement is still 89 degrees, which is still acute. Therefore, any combination of a compleme…nt of an acute angle MUST be acute. (MORE)
yes. to be and acute angle, all angles must be acute. Obtuse angles only one angle has to be obtuse. Right angles only need one too. Acute has to have every angle to be acute, if one angle is obtuse or right, it's automatically no an acute Angle anymore.
If one angle is the supplement of another, we know that their sum is 180 degrees. So let one angle be A and the supplement be B. We know the measure of A+B=180. If A is acute that means its measure is less than 90 degrees. The supplement must therefore have measure more than 90 degrees. We could say… the supplement of an acute angle must be an obtuse angle. Remember obtuse angle is one that less than 180 degrees and more than 90. (MORE)
The letter K. It has two acute angles, top and bottom between, the l and < and the inside angle of the < is a rightangle.
The complement of an acute angle would be another acute angle. This is because an acute angle is one that is less than 90 degrees and complementary angles are angles that add up to 90 degrees. And so, in order for the angle to be complementary it also has to be less than 90 degrees.
Yes and no. The obvious is that they are both angles, but they are different from how many degrees they are.
An acute angle is one which has a degree measurement that is less than 90 but more than zero
3 names of where you would find an acute angle is: Triangle, cone and a star.
Never. It's impossible. If there are two acute angles, it meansthere have to be two obtuse angles, so three acute angles isimpossible.
Equilateral * * * * * Not necessarily. A triangle with angle measuring 50, 60 and 70 degrees is a triangle with three acute angles but it is certainly not equilateral.
A pentagon doesn't have to have any acute interior angles. It can have as many as 4 of them, but it can't have 5. A regular pentagon has all five of its angles equal to 108Â° each. .
Yes you can, as long as the four angles (obviously three of which will be less than 90 degrees) end up with a sum of 360 degrees, meaning there will have to be at least one obtuse angle in a non-square quadrilateral.
No, an obtuse triangles has one obtuse angle and two acute angles. If a triangle has an obtuse angle, it is considered obtuse and cannot be acute.
obtuse- more than 90 degrees acute-less than 90 degrees If it is more than 90 degrees
If you write it so the middle angle is a right angle, "K" fits the description.
No, it is not an acute angle but we can say it a whole angle or a line segment.
If you are asking what letters have BOTH types of angles in the same letter, the answer is: only K These letters have acute angles: Upper case letters: A K M N V W X Y Z Lower case letters: k v w x y z These letters have right angles: E F H I K L T and f t
All angles < 180 degrees are concave. An acute angle is < 90 degrees. So, all acute angles are concave.
Upper case letters: A K M N V W X Y Z Lower case letters: k v w x y z
yes. the supplement adds to the acute angle to make 180 degrees. An acute angle is less than 90 degrees. Example: acute angle is 30 degrees. 180-30 is 150, which is obtuse.
Yes, acute angles and right angles are different. An acute angle is less than 90 degrees - a right angle is exactly 90 degrees.
a right angle consists of 90 degrees, so if the two acute angles in question add up to 90 degrees, than yes. For instance: two 45's a 30 and a 60 a 10 and an 80 etc
An obtuse angle is anything that measures between 91-179 degrees. (because 90 degrees is a right angle and 180 is a straight angle) An acute angle is anything that is lower than 90 degrees. ** TIP: I remember a cute angles because it has the word cute in it and I think "Oh it's so cute ." I can …remember right angles because "They are always right , proper, and tall." Straight angles look like a straight line so that's easy enough to remember. (MORE)
An obtuse angle is an angle more than 90 degrees but an acute angle is an angle less than 90 degrees.
No. An acute angle measures less than ninty degrees, so it is possible to have two angle that when added together that the sum sill equal or exceed 90 degrees.
It's impossible to say; it varies from font to font. In a font like Eurostyle, the top angle may not even be acute.
acute angle is an angle that is less that 90 degrees. An isosceles triangle is a triangle that has 2 equal sides and 2 equal angles.
An acute angle is less than 90 degrees. it is smaller than a right angle.
An equilateral triangle should do it. This is a triangle with all three sides of equal length, and each angle being 60 degrees.
Well since an acute angle is everything with a smaller degree than a right angle, there is no perfect acute angle. However, to demonstrate an acute angle, i would go with around a 20-25 degree angle.
A, E, Y, Z, X, N I hope that helped for whatever reason you needed it for!
No. An interior angle plus its exterior partner add up to 180 degrees. In order for an exterior angle to be acute, its interior partner would have to be obtuse, which doesn't happen in an acute triangle.
No A right angle has 90 degree A triangle has 180 degree. Yes, a right triangle has one right angle and two acute angles. The sum of the acute angles is 90Â°.
There are three acute angles in an acute triangle and they add upto 180 degrees.
no an acute triangle does not have a right angle. if it had a right angle, it would be called a right triangle. to be an acute triangle, the triangle needs two angles that are smaller than 90 degrees.
The letter A has a triangle in it and its 3 interior angles add up to 180 degrees
The letter V is an acute angle. Draw it large and label the pointwith a 'b' and the tips of the arms 'a' and 'c'. Any angle smaller than 90 degrees is acute. The letter L has a 90degree (right) angle. The letter M has 3 acute angles. Anglesgreater than 90 degrees are obtuse. The letter X is usually… writtenwith two acute angles and two obtuse angles. (MORE)
Acute angle = 90 degrees To answer your question, obtuse angle is larger.
It has one acute angle as y and one obtuse angle with both angles adding up to 180 degrees