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Describing Angles

Describing Angles 1.2 - Solution

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Let's first identify the angle for which we are looking. The symbol refers to the angle found between the rays that start at and pass through the points and

Examining the protractor, we can see that the ray traveling through passes through Also, the ray traveling through passes through By the Protractor Postulate, the measure of is the difference between and Now, we can classify the angle using its measure.

Type Measure
Acute
Right
Obtuse
Straight

Because our angle is we know that it is obtuse.