Q: What angle are ' cross-hatch' lines normally drawn?

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A hachure is a drawn repetitive pattern. For short, most people call it "Hatching". If the pattern is a set of parallel lines slanting down to the left, overlaid with the same pattern slanting down to the right (the two sets of lines 'cross' each other), then the name for that is a crosshatch.

Normally none but it does have perpendicular lines that meet at right angles.

A reflex angle is an angle greater than 180 degrees and less than 360 degrees. To construct one draw two lines at an angle and draw the angle measurement circle around the side you normally don't do it on.

Not normally but as an isosceles right angle triangle it will have perpendicular lines that meet at 90 degrees.

Lines that intersect at right angles.

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Not normally

None.

A hachure is a drawn repetitive pattern. For short, most people call it "Hatching". If the pattern is a set of parallel lines slanting down to the left, overlaid with the same pattern slanting down to the right (the two sets of lines 'cross' each other), then the name for that is a crosshatch.

That is called an angle.

Mostly to keep the letters aligned to a straight horizontal line. However, guide lines can also be drawn to help keeping the stroke width or slant angle constant.

An angle is formed by at least three points of reference. The origin and two others in plain geometry. A line may be drawn from the point of origin and any other given point. Any other line may be drawn from the origin and any other point. The difference between these lines is referred to as an angle.

Normally none but it does have perpendicular lines that meet at right angles.

64 sides = 64 angles From one angle you can draw (64 - 2) diagonals = 62. Lines from an angle to the immediately adjacent angles are sides, not diagonals.

Infinite lines can be drawn from a point

A reflex angle is an angle greater than 180 degrees and less than 360 degrees. To construct one draw two lines at an angle and draw the angle measurement circle around the side you normally don't do it on.

Not normally but as an isosceles right angle triangle it will have perpendicular lines that meet at 90 degrees.

None normally but if it is a right angle isosceles triangle it will have 1 line of symmetry