Remember measurements from other sheets
I can tell one of the angl s are about 90 degrees so the other ones should be about 45 degrees.
See if they are acute angles or obtuse angles!!
Use what we were taught about acute =90 obtuse =180
U can tell that right away that B and A are 90* and if u knew your angles real well then u could tell that C, B , and A is 60*
180* - 90* because of the right angle then divide 90 by 2 so 1 angle is 90 and the other are 45* because 90\2=45 also 90+45+45=180*
It is half of a rectangle.
add 60 and 180
There will always be a 90 degree angle so you can guess what the other two will be then add it all up and see if it 180 degrees if it's not then regress till it's right
You can estimate if your good on angles and if there close to 180* then you estimated right
You can remember 60 degrees or 180
Multiply angle A and angle B and then take 180 divided by that number
Estimate or add and use what we learn about acute angles and Obtuse angles
You estimate the sides A,B,C and thy add up to whatever you estamate it!
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We'll obviously you can tell they are all 60 and if you can't then maybe you should study more often!!!
Know that a and b add up to 90 and c b a add up to 60.
Add the angles up
See if it's a obtuse or acute angles.
There is 90 degree angle and the subtract 90 from 180.
You can estimate, or add A and B ??
I can tell that one of the angles is about 90 degrees so the other 2 are probably around 25-35 degrees and they would add up to 180 degrees.
X has to be 30* because then 2x can be 60* because it is double the size of x. 3x is 90* because it is three times the size of x
A and b would equal 90 degrees so c and b would have to add up to 60
First of all find out if it is acute or obtuse acute is under 90 degrees and obtuse is over 90 degrees for the acute angles estimate same with obtuse. Keep estimating until they add up to 180 degrees because triangles are 180 degrees and for every other side added you add another 180. Make sure your estimates are close.
If you know one of the angles just by looking and know that there are no obtuse angles you can subtract
You were taught about 90* obtuse=180*
It's clear that angle A= 90 degrees, if A is 3X and C is 1X then C= 30 degrees A 90 degrees plus C 30 degrees=120. Subtract 120 from the total 80 degrees then B= 60 degrees.
You can tell that there is one right angle and the other angles are acute
If it acute or obtuse