What does the 40 degree angle look like?
Very similar to to a 45 degree angle, but a bit smaller. Imagine half of a right angle which is 90 degrees.
Well, 40 degrees is already given.. And the angle "R" I assume has a box in its corner, that represents a 90 degree angle. as for I.E: "L" <-- is a 90 degree angle. so you add 40 + 90 = 130. In all triangles will always = 180 degrees. No if and's or but's about it. so you would take your 130 degrees subtract from 180 degrees, 130 - 180 = 50! and that…
In a right triangle one acute angle is of measure 40degree find the other acute angle please draw and show me?
Since a right triangle has 180 degree angles in it, you know 2 angles already. One is the 90 degree angle, since the triangle is a right one. The other is 40 degrees, as in your statement. 90 plus 40 is 130. 50 degrees is the missing angle since 50 + 40+ 90 equal 180 degrees. Hopefully that helped you.
What is the measure of an angle if its measure is 40 degrees more than the measure of its supplement?
Using a protractor rather than a compass is easier as follows:- Draw a straight line of about 8 cm then place a protractor onto the line with zero degrees at the beginning of the line then mark off 40 degrees. Remove the protractor and join the mark to the beginning of the straight line and 'hey presto!' you have constructed a 40 degree acute angle. ---------------------------- It isn't possible to construct a 40 degree angle…