A perfectly straight line is 180 degrees.
a perfectly straight line
A straight line.
No, it does not.
Straight Line (noun): A line that will never curve, twist, or do anything else besides be perfectly straight.
The equator line
No, there may be gaps a pixel wide if the line is not perfectly horizontal or vertical.
Two lines that are perfectly straight and will never intersect.
A linear line is one that is straight with no curves. A non-linear line would not be perfectly straight and can have many curves.
Flies don't have perfectly straight vision. They have many eyes that contribute to their vision so they can't fly in a straight line.
it would be 180 A perfectly straight line would be an example - like the edge of a ruler. Or a plumb line.
A straight angle (180 degrees) makes a perfectly straight line. Any degree below 180 degrees (0-179 degrees) is NOT a straight angle NOR a straight line. straight angle = 180 degrees straight angle = straight line 180 degrees