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## What type of angle has 135 degrees?

c) 135 degrees is greater than 90 degrees and an angle that is greater than the right angle (90 degrees) and less than 180 degrees is an obtuse angle.

**Is 135 degrees a reflex angle?**

Reflex angle of 135° is 225°.

### Is 135 degree the same as 45 degree?

Registered. They are just counting down from different directions, straight line 180 deg. 180 – 45 = 135. 45 deg= 45 degrees.

**What is 60 degree angle called?**

acute angle

What do You Call a 60-Degree Angle? An angle whose measure is more than 0° but less than 90° is called an acute angle. Angles measuring 30°, 40°, 60° are all acute angles. Therefore a 60-degree angle is known as an acute angle.

#### What is the opposite of 135 degrees?

The complement of −135° is the angle that when added to −135° forms a right angle (90° ).

**What is 135 degree angle on a miter saw?**

A 135 degree angle is an OBTUSE angle. The miter for this corner is 67 1/2 degrees. That’s easy to cut on your miter saw. Just set the saw at 22 1/2!

## How do you construct a 135 degree angle?

Give me the steps of constructing 135 degree angle with a picture…

- Draw a line parallel to a given line AB at a distance of 2.5 cm.
- Draw a line l, take a point A above it.
- Draw a line segment AB, take a point P below it.
- Draw a line AB and then construct another line parallel to AB which is 4 cm above it.

**How do you calculate reference angles?**

How to find the reference angle for degrees. All you have to do is follow these steps: Choose your initial angle – for example, 610°. If your angle is larger than 360° (a full angle), subtract 360°. Keep doing it until you get an angle smaller than a full angle. This is the same as finding the modulo.

### How do you find reference angle?

So, the reference angle is the angle between the terminal side and the x-axis.Lets find out that angle. And the reference angle is #pi/4#. There is another simpler way to do it. There is a formula to find the reference angle. #pi*n + theta , n in ZZ# where #theta# is your angle.

**What is the formula for reference angle?**

π to 3π/2 – third quadrant, so reference angle = angle – π, 3π/2 to 2π – fourth quadrant, so reference angle = 2π – angle. 10π/9 is a bit more than π, so it lies in the third quadrant. In this example, the reference angle is reference angle = angle – π = π/9.

#### What is the reference angle?

The reference angle is the positive acute angle that can represent an angle of any measure. Basically, any angle on the x-y plane has a reference angle, which is always between 0 and 90 degrees. The reference angle is always the smallest angle that you can make from the terminal side of an angle (ie where the angle ends)…