# What is a 75 degree angle called?

## What is a 75 degree angle called?

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

**How do you draw a 75 degree set square?**

Answer: Place 45° set-square and make an angle of 45° by drawing the rays BD and BC as shown in the above figure. Then, place the vertex of 30° of the set-square on the ray BD as shown in the figure and draw the ray BA. The angle so formed is 75°.

**Is 75 degrees an acute angle?**

An angle which is measuring less than 90 degrees is called an acute angle. This angle is smaller than the right angle (which is equal to 90 degrees). For example, ∠30o, ∠45o, ∠60o, ∠75o, ∠33o, ∠55o, ∠85o, etc. are all acute angles.

### How do you construct an angle without a protractor?

Bisecting angles without a protractor

- Place the compass on the vertex of the angle (point B). Draw an arc across each arm of the angle.
- Place the compass on the point where one arc crosses an arm and draw an arc inside the angle.
- Use a ruler to join the vertex to the point where the arcs intersect (D).

**Does GeoGebra have a protractor?**

(Updated: 8 Sept 2016) Measure the angle using the protractor. Drag the protractor to appropriate position. Drag the red point to rotate it. Drag the green points or press the “Random” button to adjust the angle.

**How do you write angles in GeoGebra?**

Tool Categories (All tools) Click on three points to create an angle between these points. The second point selected is the vertex of the angle. Click on two segments to create the angle between them. Click on two lines to create the angle between them.

#### How do you measure 72 degrees without a protractor?

To measure an acute angle without a protractor, start by drawing a vertical line connecting the 2 rays of the angle to form a right triangle. Note that the angle formed by the adjacent side of the triangle and the opposite side measures 90 degrees. Next, measure the length of the adjacent side to find the run.

**How do you make a homemade protractor?**

2 Method 2 of 3: Making a Pocket Protractor

- Cut a sheet of paper into a square.
- Fold the paper in half.
- Fold the upper right corner into a triangle.
- Fold the bottom right corner up to form a second triangle.
- Fold the bottom left corner up.
- Label the angles on your protractor.