Q: What are the central angles of a circle?

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Yes all inscribed angles in a circle have their vertex on the circumference of the circle. Central angles have their vertex at the center of the circle.

6

Yes as for example in the case of a sector of a circle.

Without overlapping, 4.

Chuck Norris can prove it

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There are many angles inside a circle. You have inscribed angles, right angles, and central angles. These angles are formed from using chords, secants, and tangents.

Yes all inscribed angles in a circle have their vertex on the circumference of the circle. Central angles have their vertex at the center of the circle.

360 degrees

Infinitely many.

Yes.

Infinitely many.

6

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Never. The radius of any central angle of one circle will ALWAYS be the same. And not only that ... To answer the question (or to correct the statement that was stated in the place where a question was to be expected): THE SUM of the central angles of a circle is always 360 degrees, whether the radius of the circle is 1 nanometer or 1 light-year.

To count how many different central angles a circle has, count how many different numbers there are between zero and 360. Include all of the possible fractions. You should discover that the number is very big.

Yes as for example in the case of a sector of a circle.

Without overlapping, 4.