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You are a vertex

They meet at a vertex to form an angle

The vertex of an angle is the point where the two rays meet. An example is angle ABC. the two rays are ray BA and ray BC. The two rays meet at point B.

Nope. Parallel rays never meet- and so cannot form an angle.

The vertex.

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the vertex

You are a vertex

They meet at a vertex to form an angle

They meet at a vertex to form an angle

The vertex of the angle.

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It's true, an angle is made up of two rays. Two rays meet at a point, and their relative position at the point where they meet will define an angle.

I'm pretty sure it's a spongebob.....

the vertex is the point where two rays begin and form and angle

They form a vertex because they are line segments. An angle is two rays with the same point

The vertex of an angle is the point where the two rays meet. An example is angle ABC. the two rays are ray BA and ray BC. The two rays meet at point B.

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