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Q: What is an angle formed by opposite rays called in geometry?

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If you mean an angle then an angle is formed by two straight lines meeting at a vertex.

Such angles are called vertically opposite angles.

An angle is formed by a point on the end and two rays

This is the definition of an inscribed angle in geometry. An inscribed angle is formed by two chords in a circle that also share a common point called the vertex.

If you mean hypotenuse then it is the largest side of a right angle triangle and it is opposite a 90 degree angle.

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The angle that is formed by the opposite rays is called the straight angle. This is from the fact that the opposite rays form a straight line.

An angle cannot be formed by only one ray. However, an angle formed by two opposite rays is called a straight angle.

straight angle

is called a straight angle

It is called an angle!

If you mean an angle then an angle is formed by two straight lines meeting at a vertex.

In planar geometry, an angle is the figure formed by two rays, called the sides of the angle, sharing a common endpoint, called the vertex of the angle.

A straight angle.

A straight angle

This is known in geometry as an interior angle.

Such angles are called vertically opposite angles.

An angle is formed by a point on the end and two rays

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