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Q: What are the different rays in naming angle?

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An angle

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Two intersecting rays form an angle. Without two rays you do not have an angle.

Only in the angle of incidence.

Obviously the angle of incidence is different. The oblique rays spread their energy over a larger area of the surface than vertical (also called perpendicular or normal rays)

two rays make up an angle, so the rays are the sides of the angle.

The point at which the rays of an angle intersect is the vertex.

yes

The angle that is formed by the opposite rays is called the straight angle. This is from the fact that the opposite rays form a straight line.

No. If the rays do not meet, there is no angle.

Will Any two rays form an angle?

Yes. This angle has 2 rays connected by a point.

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