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It is called an arm of the angle.

It is called a "side" (in polygons, these may be called edges, but this can cause confusion with the term as used in 3-dimensional solids).

the angle of incidence is the initial ray angle and the angle of reflection is the reflected ray angle

The angle between the incident ray and reflected ray is known as angle of deviation due to reflection. This will always be equal to 2i. Here i is the angle of incidence. So if 2i = 90 then i = 90/2 = 45 So the angle of incidence has to be 45 deg

Such a ray is called a "bisector" of the angle.

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