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Acute Angle – Definition with Examples


What is Acute Angle?

Acute Angle is an angle that is less than 90°.

Acute Angle

This type of angle is an acute angle

The other side large angle is called Reflex Angle.

Look below Angles images. These all are acute angles:

acute angles

Definition of Acute Angle

If an angle is 49° angle that is called Acute angle but another side 311° angle is called a reflex angle.

Reflex Angle

Real-life examples of acute angles are:

1. pizza slices

If you slice a pizza 5,6 or more slices, then each slice of pizza will make an acute angle.

Real-life examples of acute angles

2. Wall clock

Wall clock is another example of an acute angle. It makes acute angles at numerous hours of a day. For example, 10 o’Clock.

examples of acute angles

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