# What is the measure of ? BFC?

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## What is the measure of ∠ BFC?

Because together they form the right angle ∠AFC, ∠AFB and ∠BFC are complementary and the sum of their measures is 90°. So, m∠AFB = 90° – m∠BFC = 90° – 50° = **40°**.

## What is BFC in math?

A BFC-group is **a group in which all conjugacy classes are finite with bounded size**. In 1954 B. H. Neumann discovered that if G is a BFC-group then the derived group G’ is finite. Let w=w(x_1,\dots,x_n) be a multilinear commutator.

## What is the measure of anglebfc?

The measure of angle C of the given triangle is **42.8°**.

## What type of angle is BAC?

Angle BAC is an **inscribed angle**, which means that its meausre is one-half of the measure of the arc that it incercepts, which is arc BC. Thus, since angle BAC is 35 degrees, the measure of arc BC must be 70 degrees.

## What is the M A?

FINANCE. **abbreviation for mergers and acquisitions**: the activity of buying or combining with another company or advising another company on how to do this: Further M & A activity is unlikely before this recession is over.

## What is the measure of ∠ 5?

If the measure of angle 1 is 80 degrees, what is the measurement of angle 5? How do you know? Angle 7 = **115 degrees**. Explanation 2: Angle 2 and angle 5 are vertical angles, which means angle 5 is also 115 degrees.

## What is the M ∠ 3?

90

∠1 and ∠3 are vertical angles. Their measures are equal, so m∠3 = **90** . ∠1 and ∠2 are supplementary.

## What is the measure of the angle 7?

Their measures add up to 180°. Therefore, ∠7 = 180° – 53° = **127°**. 1. When a transversal cuts parallel lines, all of the acute angles formed are congruent, and all of the obtuse angles formed are congruent.

## What is the measure of ∠ 1?

A measure of one degree ( 1° ) is **equivalent to a rotation of 1360 of a complete revolution**. To measure angles, it is convenient to mark degrees on the circumference of a circle . Thus, a complete revolution is 360° , half a revolution is 180° , a quarter of a revolution is 90° and so forth.

## How do you measure 3 dimensions?

The standard format for reporting measurements of three-dimensional items is as follows: **Height x Width x Depth or Diameter**.

## What is the measure of ∠ 8?

⇒∠8=180°-45°=**135°**.

## What is the measure of m 2?

M2 is **a measure of the money supply that includes cash, checking deposits, and easily-convertible near money**. M2 is a broader measure of the money supply than M1, which just includes cash and checking deposits.

## What is the name of the relationship between ∠ 1 and ∠ 5?

Angles 1 and 5 constitutes **one of the pairs**. Corresponding angles are congruent. All angles that have the same position with regards to the parallel lines and the transversal are corresponding pairs e.g. 3 + 7, 4 + 8 and 2 + 6.

## What is the relationship of 1and 2?

Angles 1 and 2 are **adjacent angles** because they share a common side.

## What is the relationship of the angles 2 and 7?

Angles 2 and 7 above, as well as angles 3 and 6 are examples of **alternate interior angles**. Similarly, we also have alternate exterior angles that are located outside of the two intersected lines and on opposite sides of the transversal. An example of this relationship would be angles 1 and 8, as well as angles 4 and 5.

## What is the angle relationship?

We talk of angle relationships because we are **comparing position, measurement, and congruence between two or more angles**. For example, when two lines or line segments intersect, they form two pairs of vertical angles.

## What are 7 types of angles?

**What are the 7 different types of angles?**

- Zero Angle (0° in Measure)
- Acute Angle (0 to 90° in Measure)
- Right Angle (90° in Measure)
- Obtuse Angle (90 to 180° in Measure)
- Straight Angle (180° in Measure)
- Reflex Angle (180 to 360° in Measure)
- Complete Angle (360° in Measure)

## What is the complement of 30?

If your angle is 30 degrees, then its complement is **60 degrees** because 60 + 30 = 90.

## What are the 5 types of angle?

- Acute Angle – An angle less than 90 degrees.
- Right Angle – An angle that is exactly 90 degrees.
- Obtuse Angle – An angle more than 90 degrees and less than 180 degrees.
- Straight Angle – An angle that is exactly 180 degrees.
- Reflex Angle – An angle greater than 180 degrees and less than 360 degrees.

## What is a zero angle?

Zero Angles

**An angle with a measure of zero degrees** is called a zero angle. If this is hard to visualize, consider two rays that form some angle greater than zero degrees, like the rays in the . Then picture one of the rays rotating toward the other ray until they both lie in the same line.

## What is angle and types of angle?

The angles are classified under the following types: Acute Angle – an angle measure less than 90 degrees. Right Angle – an angle is exactly at 90 degrees. Obtuse Angle – an angle whose measure is greater than 90 degrees and less than 180 degrees. Straight Angle – an angle which is exactly at 180 degrees.

## What is acute angle?

an acute angle measure **less than 90 degrees**. right angle measures 90 degrees. obtuse angle measures more than 90 degrees.

## What is in the scalene triangle?

A scalene triangle is a triangle that has **three unequal sides**, such as those illustrated above.

## How is angle greater than 90 measured?

How angle greater than 90° is measured? Explanation: Versatility of angle gauges increases when used with a square plate. **Square plates with angle gauge can measure angle greater than 90 ^{o}**.

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