Q: What is a horizontal angle?

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The angle formed by a horizontal line is 180o.

horizontal lines are lines which may be at the angle of 00,1800,3600.if vertical lines stand on horizontal lines it is in the angle of 900

Angle of depression is the angle between a horizontal line and the line joining the observer's eye to some object beneath the horizontal line. ^_^

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this is horizontal: ---------------------------- / / this is at an angle: / / /

The angle formed by a horizontal line is 180o.

horizontal lines are lines which may be at the angle of 00,1800,3600.if vertical lines stand on horizontal lines it is in the angle of 900

The angle of inclination.

The angle that the velocity makes with the horizontal is called the launch angle. It can be calculated using trigonometry by finding the arctangent of the vertical component of the velocity divided by the horizontal component.

Angle of depression is the angle between a horizontal line and the line joining the observer's eye to some object beneath the horizontal line. ^_^

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angle of depression.

A vertical angle runs up and down or from top to bottom or vise versa. A horizontal angle runs from left to right or vice versa.

Start by drawing a horizontal line. Next place a dot near the middle of it where you want the vertex. Then draw a 20° angle upward and to the right using your dot as the vertex, and the horizontal line as one leg of your angle. You can then erase (if you want) the horizontal line that forms one side of your 20° angle Your 200° angle then extends from the horizontal line to the left of the vertex counterclockwise around to the remaining leg of your 20° angle.

Ever hear of the term horizon. A long line going across like the horizon.----- so a horizontal angle would be like that.

Disc angle has main two angle : 1. Vertical angle 2. Horizontal angle