# Angle

### MEASUREMENT OF THE NORMAL

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

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?

### Romanian Journal of Morphology and Embryology2010, 51(3):521 ...

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

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).

### Angle Broom Attachment Lit (B-1619) ver 2/00

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### WHAT IS ANGLE OF ATTACK?

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.