Q: What is made up of 2 rays sharing the same end point?

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Yes. Any two rays which have the same end point.

An angle.

an angle

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No. Two rays can be parallel and so would never form an angle. Also, an angle (a single one as opposed to a quartet of angles) is formed by two coterminus line segments. That is to say, the line segments stop where they meet. A ray goes on forever in both directions.

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An angle is formed when two rays begin at a common point. The common point is called the vertex of the angle.

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