# How do you sketch the angle #195^circ# and find its reference angle?

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Measuring all angles from the positive horizontal axis (counterclockwise):

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To sketch an angle of 195 degrees, start by drawing a horizontal line. Then, starting from the right side of the line, measure and mark a 195-degree angle counterclockwise. This will give you the initial angle of 195 degrees.

To find the reference angle, which is the acute angle between the terminal side of the given angle and the x-axis, subtract 180 degrees from the given angle:

Reference angle = 195 degrees - 180 degrees = 15 degrees.

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