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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Area of Triangle given 2 angles and third side
Area Of Triangle=(Side A^2*sin(Angle B)*sin(Angle C))/(2*sin((180*pi/180)-Angle B-Angle C)) GO
Volume of a triangular prism when two angles and a side between them are given
Volume=Length*Side A^2*sin(Angle A)*sin(Angle B)/(2*sin(Angle A+Angle B)) GO
Midline of a Trapezoid given diagonals, height and angle B between the diagonals
Midline of a trapezoid=((Diagonal 1*Diagonal 2)/2*Height)*sin(Angle B) GO
Height of a Trapezoid given diagonals, midline and angle B between the diagonals
Height=((Diagonal 1*Diagonal 2)/2*Midline of a trapezoid)*sin(Angle B) GO
Height of a Trapezoid given diagonals, bases and angle B between the diagonals
Height=((Diagonal 1*Diagonal 2)/(Base A+Base B))*sin(Angle B) GO
side b of a triangle
Side B=sqrt(Side A^2+Side C^2-2*Side A*Side C*cos(Angle B)) GO
Fourth angle of quadrilateral when three angles are given
Angle Between Sides=360-(Angle A+Angle B+Angle C) GO
Third angle of a triangle when two angles are given
Angle Between Sides=180-(Angle A+Angle B) GO
Side a of a triangle given side b, angles A and B
Side A=(Side B*sin(Angle A))/sin(Angle B) GO
Peak to Valley Height
Height=Feed/(tan(Angle A)+cot(Angle B)) GO
Angle on the remaining part of the circumference when another angle on same chord is given
Angle A=1*Angle B GO

11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

angle made by direction cosines of two lines in sine form
Angle A= asin(sqrt(((Direction cosine with respect to x axis*Direction cosine 2 with respect to y axis)- (Direction cosine 2 with respect to x axis*Direction cosine with respect to y axis))^2+((Direction cosine with respect to y axis*Direction cosine 2 with respect to z axis)-(Direction cosine 2 with respect to y axis*Direction cosine with respect to z axis))^2+((Direction cosine with respect to z axis*Direction cosine 2 with respect to x axis)-(Direction cosine 2 with respect to z axis*Direction cosine with respect to x axis))^2)) GO
Angle between two lines given direction cosines of that two lines w.r.to x, y & z axis
Angle A=acos ((Direction cosine with respect to x axis* Direction cosine 2 with respect to x axis)+(Direction cosine with respect to y axis* Direction cosine 2 with respect to y axis)+ (Direction cosine with respect to z axis* Direction cosine 2 with respect to z axis)) GO
Angle of intersection between two circles
Angle A=arccos((((Radius 1)^2)+((Radius 2)^2)-((Distance between two origin)^2))/(2*Radius 1*Radius 2)) GO
Acute angle of a rhombus if given both diagonals
Angle A=asin((2*Diagonal 1*Diagonal 2)/((Diagonal 1^2)+(Diagonal 2^2))) GO
Obtuse angle of rhombus if given both diagonal
Angle A=asin((2*Diagonal 1*Diagonal 2)/((Diagonal 1^2)+(Diagonal 2^2))) GO
Acute angle of rhombus given larger diagonal and side
Angle A=(arccos(((Diagonal 1)^2)/(2*(Side of rhombus )^2))-1) GO
One-half obtuse angles in a rhombus if given both diagonals
Angle A=2*(arctan(Diagonal 1/Diagonal 2)) GO
One-half acute angles in a rhombus if given both diagonals
Angle A=2*(arctan(Diagonal 2/Diagonal 1)) GO
Obtuse angle of a rhombus if given area and side
Angle A=asin(Area/Side^2) GO
Acute angle of a rhombus if given area and side
Angle A=asin(Area/Side^2) GO
Angle on the remaining part of the circumference when another angle on same chord is given
Angle A=1*Angle B GO

Angle at another point on circumference when angle on an arc is given Formula

Angle A=1*Angle B
∠A=1*∠B
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Volume of a Capsule GO
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Volume of a Cube GO
Volume of a Hemisphere GO
Volume of a Sphere GO
Volume of a Pyramid GO
Volume of a Conical Frustum GO
Perimeter of a Parallelogram GO
Perimeter of a Rhombus GO
Perimeter of a Cube GO
Perimeter of a Kite GO
Volume of a Rectangular Prism GO
Chord Length when radius and angle are given GO
Chord length when radius and perpendicular distance are given GO
Perimeter Of Sector GO
Diagonal of a Cube GO
Perimeter Of Parallelepiped GO
Volume of Regular Dodecahedron GO
Volume of Regular Icosahedron GO
Volume of Regular Octahedron GO
Volume of Regular Tetrahedron GO
Volume of Cuboid GO
Volume of a general pyramid GO
Volume of a general prism GO
Volume of a triangular prism GO
The maximum face diagonal length for cubes with a side length S GO
Perimeter of Regular Polygon GO
Inradius of a Regular Polygon GO
Area of regular polygon with perimeter and inradius GO
Interior angle of regular polygon GO
Length of leading diagonal of cuboid GO
Volume of hollow cylinder GO
Volume of Cone GO
Fourth angle of quadrilateral when three angles are given GO
Number of Diagonals GO
Measure of exterior angle of regular polygon GO
Sum of the interior angles of regular polygon GO
Side of regular inscribed polygon GO
Area of regular polygon with perimeter and circumradius GO
Radius of regular polygon GO
Radius of inscribed sphere inside the cube GO
Area of a regular polygon when inradius is given GO
Area of a regular polygon when circumradius is given GO
Area of a regular polygon when length of side is given GO
Interior angle of a regular polygon when sum of the interior angles are given GO
Apothem of a regular polygon GO
Apothem of a regular polygon when the circumradius is given GO
Circumradius of a regular polygon when the inradius is given GO
Perimeter of a regular polygon when inradius and area are given GO
Perimeter of a regular polygon when circumradius and area are given GO
Perimeter of a regular polygon when circumradius is given GO
Perimeter of a regular polygon when inradius is given GO
Side of a regular polygon when perimeter is given GO
Side of a regular polygon when area is given GO
Lateral edge length of a Right square pyramid when side length and slant height are given GO
Number Of Edges GO
Number Of Faces GO
Number Of Vertices GO
Distance between 2 points in 3D space GO
Distance between 2 points GO
Area of triangle given 3 points GO
Perimeter of Trapezoid GO
Area of a Heptagon GO
Perimeter of a regular Heptagon GO
Perimeter of a Hexagon GO
Perimeter of a Octagon GO
Shortest distance between two intersecting lines GO
slope of a line of the form ax+by+c=0 GO
y-intercept of a line of the form ax+by+c=0 GO
Value of F in Euler's formula GO
Value of V in Euler's formula GO
Value of E in Euler's formula GO
co-efficient of x when slope of a line and y-co-efficient are given GO
co-efficient of y when slope of a line and x-co-efficient are given GO
Number of straight lines formed by joining n non-collinear points GO
slope of a line when equation is of the form x/a +y/b =1 GO
Slope of tangent when slope of normal to a line is known GO
Slope of normal when slope of tangent to a line is known GO
Test Area of Circle GO
Volume of the hollow sphere GO
Breadth of cube GO
Height of the cube GO
Diagonal of the hexagon circumscribed by the circle GO
Area of Annulus GO
Area of a Sector of an Annulus GO
Surface area of Spherical segment GO
Lateral surface area of a cone given radius and generator GO
Volume of spherical segment GO
Volume of spherical zone GO
Volume of spherical sector GO
Volume of truncated pyramid GO
Volume of truncated cone GO
Volume of cube given LSA GO
Diagonal e of cyclic quadrilateral GO

What is an arc and what is the property used?

An arc of a circle is any portion of the circumference of a circle. To recall, the circumference of a circle is the perimeter or distance around a circle. Therefore, we can say that the circumference of a circle is the full arc of the circle itself. The property of circles used is "angles on the same arc are equal."

How to Calculate Angle at another point on circumference when angle on an arc is given?

Angle at another point on circumference when angle on an arc is given calculator uses Angle A=1*Angle B to calculate the Angle A, The Angle at another point on circumference when angle on an arc is given is defined as the product of 1 and the given angle. Angle A and is denoted by ∠A symbol.

How to calculate Angle at another point on circumference when angle on an arc is given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Angle at another point on circumference when angle on an arc is given, enter Angle B (∠B) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Angle at another point on circumference when angle on an arc is given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 45 = 1*45.

FAQ

What is Angle at another point on circumference when angle on an arc is given?
The Angle at another point on circumference when angle on an arc is given is defined as the product of 1 and the given angle and is represented as ∠A=1*∠B or Angle A=1*Angle B. The angle B is one of the angles of a triangle.
How to calculate Angle at another point on circumference when angle on an arc is given?
The Angle at another point on circumference when angle on an arc is given is defined as the product of 1 and the given angle is calculated using Angle A=1*Angle B. To calculate Angle at another point on circumference when angle on an arc is given, you need Angle B (∠B). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Angle B and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Angle A?
In this formula, Angle A uses Angle B. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Angle A=1*Angle B
  • Angle A=(arccos(((Diagonal 1)^2)/(2*(Side of rhombus )^2))-1)
  • Angle A=arccos((((Radius 1)^2)+((Radius 2)^2)-((Distance between two origin)^2))/(2*Radius 1*Radius 2))
  • Angle A=asin((2*Diagonal 1*Diagonal 2)/((Diagonal 1^2)+(Diagonal 2^2)))
  • Angle A=asin((2*Diagonal 1*Diagonal 2)/((Diagonal 1^2)+(Diagonal 2^2)))
  • Angle A=asin(Area/Side^2)
  • Angle A=asin(Area/Side^2)
  • Angle A=2*(arctan(Diagonal 2/Diagonal 1))
  • Angle A=2*(arctan(Diagonal 1/Diagonal 2))
  • Angle A=acos ((Direction cosine with respect to x axis* Direction cosine 2 with respect to x axis)+(Direction cosine with respect to y axis* Direction cosine 2 with respect to y axis)+ (Direction cosine with respect to z axis* Direction cosine 2 with respect to z axis))
  • Angle A= asin(sqrt(((Direction cosine with respect to x axis*Direction cosine 2 with respect to y axis)- (Direction cosine 2 with respect to x axis*Direction cosine with respect to y axis))^2+((Direction cosine with respect to y axis*Direction cosine 2 with respect to z axis)-(Direction cosine 2 with respect to y axis*Direction cosine with respect to z axis))^2+((Direction cosine with respect to z axis*Direction cosine 2 with respect to x axis)-(Direction cosine 2 with respect to z axis*Direction cosine with respect to x axis))^2))
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