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Q: Why does a straight angle forms a straight line?

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An angle that forms a straight line has an angular measure of 180 degrees.

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Because if it did not, it would not be called a straight angle!!

One angle of 180 degrees forms a straight line.

A straight angle is 180o better known as a straight line. The hands of a clock showing a quarter past nine forms a straight angle.

A straight angle is 180 degrees, or twice the measure of a right angle. Therefore, it looks like a right angle that has been folded out into a flat line. Another way is to look at the arch of a 180 degree angle as a semicircle. Connect both ends of the semicircle and you have a straight line.

If you draw a straight line on a piece of paper and place a protractor over it you will see the reading is 180 degrees. In this sense a straight angle is 180 degrees.

yes a straight angle is a 180 degree angle and a line is just a straight line

No. An angle of 180o is a straight line.

Yes a straight line is considered an angle as the line which is inclined on the base line has 0degree angle on the base line .

a straight line is also called a straight angle. it is 180 degrees.

a straight line, or straight angle

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