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Angle plotter calculator

An angle plotter is a mathematical calculator that helps in plotting and visualizing angles. It is commonly used in geometry, trigonometry, and other branches of mathematics.
Plot angles

Plot 60 degrees

Enter 60 into the box marked "enter angle in degree"


Hit the check mark to plot your angle

About The Angle Plotter

The angle plotter typically takes in the angle value and other parameters such as the origin point, length, and direction. With these inputs, it calculates the coordinates of the start and end points of the angle and plots them on a graph or a coordinate plane.

The angle plotter can also be used to perform operations on angles, such as adding or subtracting them, or finding the complement or supplement angles.

How to Use Angle Plotter Calculator

Example 1: plot 45 degrees

  • Enter 45 into the box and hit the check mark button

Example 2: plot 145 degrees

  • Enter 145 into the box and hit the check mark button

Notes on Angles

  • Angles are an important concept in geometry and trigonometry. They are formed when two rays or lines meet at a common endpoint, known as the vertex. Angles are measured in degrees (°) or radians (rad).

  • Angles can be classified based on their measurements. An angle that measures exactly 90° is called a right angle. An angle that has a measure less than 90° is called an acute angle, while an angle that has a measure greater than 90° but less than 180° is called an obtuse angle. A straight angle measures exactly 180°, and a reflex angle measures more than 180° but less than 360°.

  • Angles can also be classified based on their relationships. Two angles that have the same measure are called congruent angles. Two angles that add up to 90° are called complementary angles, while two angles that add up to 180° are called supplementary angles. Two angles that share a common vertex and side but do not overlap are called adjacent angles.

  • Angles have important applications in various fields, such as architecture, engineering, physics, and computer graphics. They are used to measure and describe the direction and orientation of lines, shapes, and objects. Understanding angles is crucial in solving geometric problems, trigonometric equations, and analyzing the relationships between different elements in a figure.

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