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- seen in the diagram of a right triangle (in British English, a right-angled triangle) to the right. The symbol for a measured angle, an arc, with a dot, is...
- intersect at the right-angled vertex, the right triangle's orthocenter—the intersection of its three altitudes—coincides with the right-angled vertex. The...
- both mid-edges and vertices. A right trapezoid (also called right-angled trapezoid) has two adjacent right angles. Right trapezoids are used in the trapezoidal...
- § Signed angles): An angle equal to 0° or not turned is called a zero angle. An angle smaller than a right angle (less than 90°) is called an acute angle ("acute"...
- A right angle is an angle that bisects the angle formed by two halves of a straight line. Right angle or Rightangle may also refer to: Right Angle (film)...
- internal angles, measured here in degrees. A right triangle (or right-angled triangle) has one of its interior angles measuring 90° (a right angle). The...
- groups. Examples are free groups, free abelian groups, braid groups, and right-angled Artin–**** groups, among others. The groups are named after Emil Artin...
- list above) with both non-hypotenuse sides less than 256: Isosceles right-angled triangles cannot have sides with integer values, because the ratio of...
- theorem, ∠ D A B {\displaystyle \angle DAB} and ∠ D C B {\displaystyle \angle DCB} are both right angles. The right-angled triangles D A B {\displaystyle...
- doi:10.1016/j.shpsb.2008.06.004 Textbooks Tolman, R.C. (1917), "The Right-Angled Lever", The theory of relativity of motion, Berkeley: University of California...