Acute Angle Definition

An acute angle is an angle that measures less than 90 degrees and bigger than 0 degree.

If the measure of an angle is 60 degrees for example, the angle is an acute angle.

The angle shown with 2 red rays is an acute angle.

Acute angle

An angle is still acute even if it is slightly smaller 90 degrees and slightly bigger than 0 degree.

For example, if an angle measures 0.01 or 89.99, it is still an acute angle.

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