Angle between lines

Calculate the angle between these two lines:


Correct answer:

θ =  20.6 °

Step-by-step explanation:

n=(4,7) m=(1,4)  x1=nynx=7(4)=740.5714 x2=mymx=4(1)=41=0.25  θ1=arctan(1x1 x2x1x2)=arctan(1(0.5714) (0.25)(0.5714)(0.25))0.3588 rad  θ=θ1  °=θ1 π180   °=0.3588 π180   °=20.6  °=20.6=20°3322"

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