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## Determine the types and types of angles

Up to now, up to grade 6 in math, you may only know angles by specifying a number of degrees, for example \$ 32 ^ \ circ \$. In mathematics, however, there are many different types of angles that categorize exactly these degrees according to size. The types of angles that we discuss below include pointed, blunt, right, over-blunt and stretched Angle, zero angle and full angle.

### Overview of angle types

Here you have all common types of angles at a glance. In the following tutorial we will discuss what these different types of angles look like, what characteristics they have and how you can determine them.

Zero angle: \$ 0 ^ \ circ \$

Acute angle: \$ 0 ^ \ circ - 90 ^ \ circ \$

Right angle: \$ 90 ^ \ circ \$

Obtuse angle: \$ 90 ^ \ circ - 180 ^ \ circ \$

Straight angle: \$ 180 ^ \ circ \$

Re-obtuse angle: \$ 180 ^ \ circ - 360 ^ \ circ \$

Full angle: \$ 360 ^ \ circ \$

The zero angle (\$ 0 ^ \ circ \$), the right angle (\$ 90 ^ \ circ \$), the straight angle (\$ 180 ^ \ circ \$) and the full angle (\$ 360 ^ \ circ \$) have one exact number of degrees, so they are exactly determined. The remaining types of angles are not clearly defined and have a range. This range lies between two of the precisely determined angles.

Overview of all types of angles

### acute angle

A acute angle is large between \$ 0 ^ \ circ \$ and \$ 90 ^ \ circ \$. This includes all angles that between the Zero angle and the right angle lie. You can see in this picture why this species is called acute angles.

three different acute angles