How do you calculate the other angles of a right angle?
That depends what you mean with "other angles". For example, if you are considering a triangle, the sum of all angles must be 180 degrees.
If the other angle is smaller than the right angle, it is an acute angle. If the other angle is the same as the right angle, it is a right angle. If the other angle is bigger than the right angle but smaller than two right angles, it is an obtuse angle. If the other angle is the same as two right angles, it is a straight angle. If the other angle is bigger than…
Does sohcahtoa work on a 90 degree angle I have a right triangle with a hypotenuse of 1m no other sides or angles were provided?
A right angle, by definition, is 90 degrees. If you mean what are the other angles in a right triangle, you need one of the other angles in the triangle or the length of one side (not the hypotenuse) any two sides. You can then find the third side by Pythagoras, then the other two angles by simple trigonometry.
What is the name of the quadrilateral which has has two right angles and two angles which are not right angles?
The question appears to relate to the angles of a triangle. 1) If angle 3 is acute then the other two angles can also be acute. In the case of an equilateral triangle all three angles are equal and acute. 2) If angle 3 is acute and one other angle is obtuse then the remaining angle is acute. 3) If angle 3 is acute and one other angle is a right angle then the remaining…