Ashia Lum

Architects use angles all the time in their daily work; they use them to measure ninety degree angles in making a wall. They are used in obtuse angles when making plane wings and acute angles are used to align the propellers the same distance apart. They use a 180 degree angles in making the body perfectly straight and proportional. Angles range from right angles to obtuse with sizes varying. Obtuse angles are more than 90 degrees and less than 180 degrees. Right angles are a perfect 90 degrees, acute angles are less than 90 degrees, and straight angles are 180 degrees.


5 Responses to “Ashia Lum”

  1. Spencer Elliott Says:

    I always knew that architects used angles, but I never thought about in building planes. That is pretty interesting.

  2. Janelle Hoatson Says:

    very interesting how many different angles yoiu have to use to make a plane. You probably wouldnt think about that when riding in a plan.

  3. Anna Allberry Says:

    She described the angles really well. I understand how architects need to know angles for their work.

  4. Abby Hess Says:

    The angles part was really easy to understand and I knew that angles were needing in arcitecture, but I didn’t realize how much other things there are that we learn.

  5. Derek Snyder Says:

    Ashia, this was a very well written assignment. I had no idea that architects used 180 degree angles too. Thats really cool! I guess its true that you learn something new everyday!

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