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100 degree angle into 4 twenty five degree angles, 160 degree angle into 4 40 degree angles...

Bisect the obtuse angle into two using a compass. Then bisect each of the two angles. You will have 4 equal angles

How to divide an obtuse angle into four equal parts. read more

Measure and make a mark that is the same size on the two sides that create the obtuse angle. Draw a line between the marks. Measure this line and divide it into 4 equal parts. Draw lines that emanate from this angle to the markings on the divided line.

Voila, you have divided your angle into 4 equal parts.

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