No. If the rays do not meet, there is no angle.
It's true, an angle is made up of two rays. Two rays meet at a point, and their relative position at the point where they meet will define an angle.
A figure that is made up of two noncollinear rays with a common endpoint is an angle. The angle that is formed can be acute, right, obtuse or reflex.
a right angle
two rays make up an angle, so the rays are the sides of the angle.
It is an angle.
An angle is a geometric figure formed by two rays that share a common endpoint.
because the ray is with the point and that line and the angel is like a l