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Q: What is the name of the angle formed by the intersection of two noncollinear rays AB and AC?

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Dihedral angle

That is called an angle.

Right angle E. The vertex of any angle can also be used to name the angle.

HPE is an angle congruent to angle HRN.

TBP an angle congruent to angle PTB.

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An angle is formed where two lines meet. Parallel lines do not meet. Therefore they do not form an angle. So there is no angle to have a name. So no name.

intersection

Dihedral angle

There is no specific name in general. If the line segments are straight, then it is a triangle.

DBV

5B

The pubic arch.

Such is called an exterior angle. A useful theorem is that an exterior angle is equal to the sum of its non adjacent interior angles.

Cell B5.

That is called an angle.

It is not an intersection, but the Greenwich observatory in London England.

Right angles aren't formed by other angles - it is already an angle itself. However, if you bisect a right angle, it becomes two acute angles.

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