# Magnifying Glass - Math Riddle

Have you ever wondered what the world looks like under a magnifying glass? Imagine being able to make tiny things appear much bigger. In this blog post, we will delve into the fascinating world of angles and how they appear when magnified. Our curious friend, Tim, is here to help us on this adventure!

Jim was examining an angle measuring 14 and 1/2 degrees, using his magnifying glass that magnifies everything two times. Under the glass, how large would that angle measure?

**Answer: 14 and 1/2 degrees**

**Explanation : **

let's explain the magnification of the angle in a mathematical manner. We'll use the formula:

Magnified Angle = Original Angle × Magnification

In this case, the original angle is 14.5 degrees, and the magnification is 2 (since the magnifying glass makes everything look two times larger).

So, using the formula:

Magnified Angle = 14.5 degrees × 2 = 29 degrees

Therefore, the angle under the magnifying glass measures 29 degrees.

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In this exploration of angles, we've discovered that a 14 and 1/2-degree angle would appear as 29 degrees when viewed through Tim's magnifying glass. Magnification can make objects, including angles, appear larger than they actually are. It's amazing how a simple tool like a magnifying glass can change our perception of the world around us!