What is an Oblique Angle? Definition and Examples

What is an oblique angle? An oblique angle is an angle that is not a right angle. In other words, an oblique angle is either acute or obtuse. The figure below shows two oblique angles. 

Oblique angles

More examples of oblique angles

Let m be the measure of an oblique angle.

m = 5 degrees is an oblique angle

m = 170 degrees is an oblique angle

m = 1 degree is an oblique angle

m = 89 degrees is an oblique angle

m = 150 degrees is an oblique angle

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