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    Simple angle problem

    I wanted 135 to be 45 and 225 to be 45 and 180 to be 90 something like that,I know there's a formula how to get those.But I just can't figure it out,so please help =).I just wanted any angle to be something between 0 to 90,so angle 91 will become 1 so on and so forth.
    Last edited by amiel; January 29th 2013 at 05:44 PM.
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    Re: Simple angle problem

    Hey amiel.

    Do you have a specific application in mind? Maybe you could tell us what you are to do so we can guide you with understanding.
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    Re: Simple angle problem

    oh well yeah well I'm programming a game,but it's already solve using modulo,and sorry I forgot that this problem is not appropriate for this forum anyway thanks
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    Re: Simple angle problem

    135 and 45 are supplementary angles
    135 + 45 = 180
    and complementary angle og 45 is 45
    45 + 45 = 90
    angle < 90 is acute
    angle 90 = right angle
    abgle > 90 is obtuse
    angle = 180 is straight angle
    angle > 180 is reflus angle
    sum of all angles at a point is 360
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