- Can you print a protractor?
- What can I use if I don’t have a protractor?
- How do you figure out unknown angles?
- What is 120 degree angle called?
- How many 120 degree angles does it take to make a full turn?
- What is a 70 degree angle called?
- Can you make your own protractor?
- How do you make a 45 degree angle without a protractor?
- How do you determine the angle to cut wood?
- How do you find Mitre angle?

## Can you print a protractor?

Here are some protractors you can download, print, and use.

I suggest printing on transparency film.

These protractors should not be used on-screen because computer displays generally distort image dimensions in such a way as to make the measurements imprecise..

## What can I use if I don’t have a protractor?

However, if you don’t have a protractor handy, you can determine the size of an angle using the basic geometric principles of triangles. You’ll need a scientific calculator to solve the equations. Most smartphones are equipped with them, but you can also download a free app or access a free calculator online.

## How do you figure out unknown angles?

To determine to measure of the unknown angle, be sure to use the total sum of 180°. If two angles are given, add them together and then subtract from 180°. If two angles are the same and unknown, subtract the known angle from 180° and then divide by 2.

## What is 120 degree angle called?

The angle measure ranges from 90° to 180°. An obtuse angle can also be found out if we have the measure of the acute angle. In the picture above, line segment DO intersects line segment OQ at point O and forms an angle DOQ measuring 120°. Thus, it is an obtuse angle.

## How many 120 degree angles does it take to make a full turn?

Comment on Kaylen’s post “There are 360 in a full angle. 360/3 = 120.

## What is a 70 degree angle called?

In geometry, there are three types of angles: acute angle-an angle between 0 and 90 degrees. right angle-an 90 degree angle. obtuse angle-an angle between 90 and 180 degrees.

## Can you make your own protractor?

Protractors are a tool used in mathematics to measure angles in degrees. You might need a protractor to work on homework or make construction plans, so learning how to make your own can come in handy. You can make a protractor by printing from a template or folding a square of paper to always have one on hand.

## How do you make a 45 degree angle without a protractor?

45 Degree AngleConstruct a perpendicular line.Place compass on intersection point.Adjust compass width to reach start point.Draw an arc that intersects perpendicular line.Place ruler on start point and where arc intersects perpendicular line.Draw 45 Degree Line.

## How do you determine the angle to cut wood?

Use a straightedge to bisect, or cut in half, the corner diagonally. The diagonal line represents the miter angle. So if you have a 90-degree corner, you’ll cut it in half with a line drawn with a straightedge to get two 45-degree miter angles.

## How do you find Mitre angle?

To calculate the proper miter angle for trim-work moldings, simply divide this angle reading by 2. In the example shown, the inside corner is 90.5 degrees—nearly square. The precise miter angle of your moldings should be 45.25 degrees. (In practice, this is pretty nearly a perfect corner.)