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A right angle has 90 degrees. A right angle is an angle that bisects the angle formed by the two halves of a straight line.

The angle at which the Sun's rays hit the Earth varies by time of day, date, and your location. When the Sun is directly overhead, the angle is 90 degrees; when the Sun is just on the horizon, the angle is zero degrees.

90 degrees Fahrenheit = 32.2 degrees Celsius

It all depends on your latitude. At the equinoxes the sun follows a path across the sky that is 90 degrees minus your latitude at noon. So if you live at the equator, since your latitude is zero, the sun is 90 degrees minus zero degrees, or 90 degrees overhead. If you live at 45 degrees latitude, north or south, then the sun is 90 minus 45, or 45 degrees high in the sky. If you live on the arctic, or antarctic, circle then the sun is 90 minus 66 1/2 degrees which makes it 23 1/2 degrees above the horizon.

90 degrees Fahrenheit = 32.2 degrees Celsius.

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