Q: What is the total degrees of a line?

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because 360 degrees is the total amount of degrees you can get. the degrees are essentially the angle measurement. anything that is 180 degrees is a vertical. so vertical angels are used to indicated a 180degree line.

A vertical line is 180 degrees.

Construct a perpendicular line that intersects a horizontal line at 90 degrees and then bisect the vertical line with the horizontal line will give an obtuse angle of 135 degrees because 90 degrees+45 degrees = 135 degrees

In total, a triangle has 180 degrees.

Draw a perpendicular line, then cross it with a horizontal line. Where the lines cross there are four right angles. Each angle measures 90 degrees and the total number of degrees is 360. By definition, any triangle will consist of a total of 180 degrees, no matter what the length of the legs. If the right angle consists of 90 degrees, then there cannot be another right angle in the triangle, because the 90 degrees still available must be split between the other two angles.

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There are 180 degrees in a line.

There are 180 degrees on a straight line

because 360 degrees is the total amount of degrees you can get. the degrees are essentially the angle measurement. anything that is 180 degrees is a vertical. so vertical angels are used to indicated a 180degree line.

There are 180 degrees on a straight line.

A perfectly straight line is 180 degrees.

A straight line has 180 degrees.

A vertical line is 180 degrees.

A straight line is 180 degrees, which means .100 of a line is 18 degrees.

There are 0.00 degrees of angle in a straight line

There are no degrees because it is a STRAIGHT LINE

A line that is at 90 degrees to another line is called a perpendicular line. Perpendicular lines intersect at right angles (90 degrees) forming a "L" shape.

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