What Does 60 Degree Angle Look like?

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A 60 Degrees Angle is an acute angle since it is less than 90 degrees. The name given to a 90 degrees angle is right angle, while any angle that is above and below 180 degrees is referred to as obtuse angle. The name for an angle on a straight line is known as a straight angle.
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