## What angle is 47 degree?

acute angle-an angle between 0 and 90 degrees. right angle-an 90 degree angle. obtuse angle-an angle between 90 and 180 degrees.

## Is 47 degrees a acute angle?

An angle which measures less than 90° is called an acute angle. The measure between 0° to 90°.

**What is the supplement of 47 degrees?**

Thus, Supplementary angle of 47^{\circ} is 133^{\circ} Was this answer helpful?

**How do you measure 45 degrees without a protractor?**

Answer: Follow the steps shown below.

- Draw a line segment BC of any length.
- Taking B as the center, construct a semicircle that bisects BC at point P.
- From P, construct three arcs dividing the semi-circle into 3 equal parts that are 60º each.
- Mark the points as x and y where the arcs bisect the semi-circle.

### What is the supplement of a 48 degree angle?

Supplementary angles are two angles with a sum of 180 degrees. If the two angles differ by 48 degrees, the bigger angle is 48 degrees more and equals x+48 . The sum of the two angles is 180, so… x=66 This is the measure of the smaller angle.

### What is 45-degree angle look like?

What does a 45-Degree Angle Look Like? 45-degree angle looks like a greater than (>) sign or lesser than sign (<). If we draw an angle bisector to a 90-degree angle, the small angles thus formed will be 45-degree angles. It also looks like the open face of scissors.

**How do I measure a 45 degree angle?**

How to Figure Out a 45-Degree Angle

- Mark a piece of paper (or whatever surface you are working on) with a right angle.
- Measure off a distance (the length is unimportant) from the point of the angle, and mark it on one leg of the angle.
- Measure and mark the identical distance on the other leg.

**What angle is complementary to 49 degrees?**

The complement of 49° is the angle that when added to 49° forms a right angle (90° ).

#### Whats a 45 degree angle look like?

#### How does a 45 degree angle look?

**What type of angle is 45 degrees?**

The angle that measures less than 90 degrees is called acute angle. Examples: 30°, 45°, 60°, 85° are acute angles.