Q: What does a straight line drawn on a piece of paper represent?

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Anything that has a straight (180 degree) edge. Like a computer screen has 4 straight angles. Or the margin on a piece of paper, that's a straight angle too.

If you draw a straight line on a piece of paper and place a protractor over it you will see the reading is 180 degrees. In this sense a straight angle is 180 degrees.

One can draw a straight line by using a ruler. Should a ruler not be available, one can use the edge of a book or another piece of paper to guide the line straight.

draw a straight line downwards, line an A4 piece of paper next to it and draw around the corner? lol

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some one decided to draw a piece of paper on the paper

If youposition an optically clearspecimen of Icelandic Spar over a straight line drawn on a sheet of paper, the line will appear double.

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Digital quantized information and analog is just information. Like the letter "i" on your screen is digital and made up of a few pixels= quantized. The letter "i" drawn on a piece of paper is not quantized = analog.

A sheet is just a simple piece of paper you can draw on while a drawing is a picture that someone has drawn and is on paper.

One way is to have a very large piece of paper.

as quickly as u can,move the mouse to the paper and look at the paper REALLY straight.

take the rule and draw a line that is as long as you need it

Anything that has a straight (180 degree) edge. Like a computer screen has 4 straight angles. Or the margin on a piece of paper, that's a straight angle too.

Use a protractor or a compass

its been revealed before. basically what u have is a head drawn on to a piece of plastic and cut out which u then place onto the paper and draw the rest of the body, u can then move the head