Q: What angle that makes a straight line?

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A straight angle (180 degrees) makes a perfectly straight line. Any degree below 180 degrees (0-179 degrees) is NOT a straight angle NOR a straight line. straight angle = 180 degrees straight angle = straight line 180 degrees

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An angle is formed by two rays that have the same endpoint. Tell why it makes sense that a straight angle forms a straight line.

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

A 180 Degree angle therefore a straight line.

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A straight angle (180 degrees) makes a perfectly straight line. Any degree below 180 degrees (0-179 degrees) is NOT a straight angle NOR a straight line. straight angle = 180 degrees straight angle = straight line 180 degrees

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An angle is formed by two rays that have the same endpoint. Tell why it makes sense that a straight angle forms a straight line.

180 degrees -- a straight angle

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

It is a straight angle.

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

A straight angle also known as a line

A 180 Degree angle therefore 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.