LUMBOSACRAL **ANGLE*** From the Department of Radiology, University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, Virginia. 642 I3ECEMBER, 1971 MEASUREMENT OF THE NORMAL LUMBOSACRAL **ANGLE*** By H. KEITHHELLEMS, JR., M.D., and THEODORE E. KEATS, M.D. CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA '*J4 ANY authorsfeel ...

ADENOPATHY OF THE CARDIOPHRENIC **ANGLE** (DIAPHRAGMATIC) LYMPH NODES* By RONALDA. CASTELLINO, M.D., and NORMAN BLANK, M.D. STANFORD, CALIFORNIA nt. mommory 9rO*AP *Preperk.ordioc* 9*OUP **'Lot. pericordiacqroup *Iuatophrenic) * From the Department of Radiology, Stanford University School of ...

The Middle School Math Project http://www.pbs.org/mathline Page 1 What's Your **Angle**? (Measurement) Objective Using inductive reasoning, students will devise procedures for using a protractor to measure the number of degrees in an **angle**.

Title: What's Your **Angle**? Brief Overview: In order to understand the construction of **angles**, students should have prior knowledge of the basic geometric ideas of lines, rays and vertices as well as the four basic types of **angles**.

Lines, Point, Ray, Intersections, Right, Acute, and Obtuse **Angles**: What's Your **Angle**? What’s Your **Angle**?

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Romanian Journal of Morphology and Embryology 2010, 51(3):521–526 OORRIIGGIINNAALL PPAAPPEERR Radiographic study of carrying **angle** and morphometry of skeletal elements

**Angle** of Repose (Materials provided in class) 129 In this activity you will measure the maximum slope at which grains are stable (**angle** of repose).

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Flight path **angle** is defined in two different ways. To the aerodynamicist, it is the **angle** between the flight path vector (where the airplane is going) and the local atmosphere.