Learn how to draw acute, right, and obtuse angles with given points. Created by Sal Khan.
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- How many times in life do you think we use angles?(2 votes)
- i wonder if there is fraction angles like: 5 and 2 over 7 or something like that(2 votes)
- So Obtuse Is more than 90, Acute is less than 90 and right is 90? I'm Not Sure about The Right One, Please tell me!(9 votes)
- Yeah, obtuse is is more than 90, acute is less than 90, right is 90, straight is 180, and reflex is more than 180.(2 votes)
- why do we have to know angles(7 votes)
- in order to define and study polygons such quadrilaterals and use in our everyday life.(3 votes)
- so outisde angles are bigger, and inside angles are smaller?(3 votes)
- you are thinking of this: (75% true) you meant acute angles are smaller and obtuse angles are bigger?(5 votes)
- are angles important to know? If so what?(4 votes)
- what is a acute angle again(3 votes)
- an angle less than 90degrees
you can use this trick to remember
a"cute": cute things are normally small
A"cute" angle is small or lesser than 90 degrees.
i hope this helped
- How many types of angles are there?(2 votes)
- 4:acute,obtuse,right angle and reflex.A acute angle is less than 90 degrees,a right angles is 90 degrees,a obtuse angle is 90-180 degrees and a reflex is more than 180 degrees.(4 votes)
Put the vertex of the angle at point A. So let me do that. Make one of the rays go through point B. Make the other ray go through one of the other points to make an acute angle. So an acute angle is an angle less than 90 degrees. So we could make one of these rays go through point B. And then we have to pick where to put the other ray to make it go to one of the other points. And we have to be very careful here because we have to look at this arc that shows which angle the tool is actually measuring. Because we might be tempted to do something like this, thinking that, hey, maybe this is the angle that we're thinking about. But the tool thinks we're referring to this outer angle right over here, this larger huge angle. This angle right over here is well over 180 degrees. So we have to pay attention to this arc to make sure that the tool is looking at the same angle that we are. So once again, we want an acute angle. So this right over here looks like an acute angle. It looks like it is less than 90 degrees. And we have to be very careful that we go exactly through that point. So that looks about right. This is an acute angle because its measure is less than 90 degrees. Let's do a few more of these. Make an obtuse angle using the black points. Choose one of the points as the vertex and make the rays go through the other two points. The angle should also be less than 180 degrees. So you could think of it several ways. You could just try to pick that point. But then when you go through these other two points, this right over here is an acute angle. This is less than 90 degrees. You could do something like this where now when I switch the rays, the tool is now thinking about this angle, not this outer angle right over here. But this is larger than 180 degrees. So this also doesn't apply. So we really picked the wrong point for the vertex. If you just move this out of the way and eyeball it, it looks like you get the largest angle that's less than 180 degrees if you put the vertex right over here. So let me do that. Put the vertex right over there. And now it looks like I have constructed a 180-degree angle. And we have to be very careful that we go right through those points because otherwise it might mark us wrong. So that looks pretty good. That's an obtuse angle because its measure is greater than 90 degrees. Let's do one more of these. So another obtuse angle using the points. Same general idea so that would be an exactly 180-degree angle. And there we go. And this is an obtuse angle because it is greater than 90 degrees.