# right_angle (geometricshape)

literal strings: right-angle, Right angle, Right Angle, right angle

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## categories

### NELL has only weak evidence for items listed in grey

**geometricshape**- SEAL @13 (62.9%) on 14-jan-2010 [ 1 2 3 4 5 ] using right_angle

**visualizableattribute**- SEAL @802 (52.1%) on 08-jan-2014 [ 1 ] using right_angle

## relations

**thinghasshape**- triangle (geometricshape) (96.9%)
- CPL @1107 (96.9%) on 24-may-2018 [ "arg1 is called a right arg2" "arg1 is called right arg2" "arg1 and an equilateral arg2" "arg1 of a right arg2" "arg1 of an isosceles arg2" ] using (right_angle, triangle)

### NELL has only weak evidence for items listed in grey

**shapeofobject**- square
- CPL @1115 (50.0%) on 27-aug-2018 [ "arg1 or rectangular arg2" ] using (square, right_angle)

- triangle (geometricshape)
- CPL @1109 (75.0%) on 12-jun-2018 [ "arg2 is called a right arg1" "arg2 and an equilateral arg1" ] using (triangle, right_angle)

- angle
- CPL @1112 (87.5%) on 20-jul-2018 [ "arg1 in a semicircle is arg2" "arg1 ABC is arg2" "arg1 and the hypotenuse of arg2" ] using (angle, right_angle)

**thinghasshape**- triangle (arthropod)
- CPL @1107 (96.9%) on 24-may-2018 [ "arg1 is called a right arg2" "arg1 is called right arg2" "arg1 and an equilateral arg2" "arg1 of a right arg2" "arg1 of an isosceles arg2" ] using (right_angle, triangle)

- triangle (book)
- CPL @1107 (96.9%) on 24-may-2018 [ "arg1 is called a right arg2" "arg1 is called right arg2" "arg1 and an equilateral arg2" "arg1 of a right arg2" "arg1 of an isosceles arg2" ] using (right_angle, triangle)

- triangle (male)
- CPL @1107 (96.9%) on 24-may-2018 [ "arg1 is called a right arg2" "arg1 is called right arg2" "arg1 and an equilateral arg2" "arg1 of a right arg2" "arg1 of an isosceles arg2" ] using (right_angle, triangle)

- triangle (monument)
- CPL @1107 (96.9%) on 24-may-2018 [ "arg1 is called a right arg2" "arg1 is called right arg2" "arg1 and an equilateral arg2" "arg1 of a right arg2" "arg1 of an isosceles arg2" ] using (right_angle, triangle)

- triangle (museum)
- CPL @1107 (96.9%) on 24-may-2018 [ "arg1 is called a right arg2" "arg1 is called right arg2" "arg1 and an equilateral arg2" "arg1 of a right arg2" "arg1 of an isosceles arg2" ] using (right_angle, triangle)

- triangle (musicalbum)
- CPL @1107 (96.9%) on 24-may-2018 [ "arg1 is called a right arg2" "arg1 is called right arg2" "arg1 and an equilateral arg2" "arg1 of a right arg2" "arg1 of an isosceles arg2" ] using (right_angle, triangle)

- triangle (musicinstrument)
- CPL @1107 (96.9%) on 24-may-2018 [ "arg1 is called a right arg2" "arg1 is called right arg2" "arg1 and an equilateral arg2" "arg1 of a right arg2" "arg1 of an isosceles arg2" ] using (right_angle, triangle)

- triangle (scientificterm)
- CPL @1107 (96.9%) on 24-may-2018 [ "arg1 is called a right arg2" "arg1 is called right arg2" "arg1 and an equilateral arg2" "arg1 of a right arg2" "arg1 of an isosceles arg2" ] using (right_angle, triangle)

- triangle (sport)
- CPL @1107 (96.9%) on 24-may-2018 [ "arg1 is called a right arg2" "arg1 is called right arg2" "arg1 and an equilateral arg2" "arg1 of a right arg2" "arg1 of an isosceles arg2" ] using (right_angle, triangle)

- triangle (sportsequipment)
- CPL @1107 (96.9%) on 24-may-2018 [ "arg1 is called a right arg2" "arg1 is called right arg2" "arg1 and an equilateral arg2" "arg1 of a right arg2" "arg1 of an isosceles arg2" ] using (right_angle, triangle)

- triangle (street)
- CPL @1107 (96.9%) on 24-may-2018 [ "arg1 is called a right arg2" "arg1 is called right arg2" "arg1 and an equilateral arg2" "arg1 of a right arg2" "arg1 of an isosceles arg2" ] using (right_angle, triangle)

- triangle (weapon)
- CPL @1107 (96.9%) on 24-may-2018 [ "arg1 is called a right arg2" "arg1 is called right arg2" "arg1 and an equilateral arg2" "arg1 of a right arg2" "arg1 of an isosceles arg2" ] using (right_angle, triangle)