An angle symbol is a mathematical symbol that is used to represent angles. There are a variety of different angle symbols that are used for different purposes, but the most common one is the angle symbol that is used to represent angles in degrees. What is the symbol for acute angle? The most common symbol for acute angle is the small, raised circle that appears at the point where the two lines forming the angle intersect. This symbol is known as the degree symbol, and it represents an angle measuring one degree.

#### What are the 5 angles?

The 5 angles are the 5 most common angles used in IT standards and organizations. They are the angles used in the ISO/IEC 9995 keyboard layout standard, the de facto standard for computer keyboards. They are also used in the Common Desktop Environment (CDE) and the Motif windowing system, two popular GUI systems for Unix. The 5 angles are:

45°

60°

90°

120°

180°

Where is the angle symbol in Word? The angle symbol is not included as a standard character in the Microsoft Word character set. However, it is possible to insert the angle symbol by using the Symbols tool on the Insert tab. To do this, click the Insert tab, then click Symbol in the Symbols group. In the Symbol dialog box, select the angle symbol from the list of available symbols. How do I insert a degree symbol? The answer is that you need to use the unicode for the degree symbol, which is "u00B0". What is the Alt code for angle? There is no Alt code for angle, but there is an Alt code for the degree symbol (°). To type the degree symbol using the Alt code, hold down the Alt key and type 0176 on the numeric keypad.