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Definition of the noun acute angle
What does acute angle mean as a name of something?
- an angle less than 90 degrees but more than 0 degrees
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Encyclopedia of Imaging (2008)
by Albert L. Baert
lesion, found in rapidly growing lesions that penetrate through the cortex causing separation of the periosteum and formation of lamellated new bone, once the periosteum elevates to a significant degree, it can break forming an acute angle.
by Robert Barry, Alastair Denniston
The target is to reduce the intraocular pressure to 'safe' levels before progressive and irreversible optic neuropathy (*acute angle closure glaucoma) occurs. Treatment may include all or any of oral medication, topical therapy (drops), laser , ...
by Johann Georg Heck
Here the side opposite an acute angle, as abc or m, divided by the hypothenuse, as —r , is called the sine of that angle, likewise the cosine of the other acute angle, bac or n; 2, the side opposite an acute angle, abc, divided by the other short ...
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"Kilen", Copenhagen Business School. Architects: Lundgaard & Tranberg 2004-2006
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