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Q: What is the point where two rays meet to form an angle?

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I have never come across the term "blunt" angle. The rays of an angle always meet at a point and there is no rounding of these rays so the only interpretation that I can put on a blunt angle is that it is an obtuse angle. IF that is the case, (and sorry if I have misunderstood), then a right angle is smaller.

An angle.

It is possible, but a angle can be made up of two line segments.Yes,Example: < Pretend the point were they meet is the point on the ray. and the lines were they part are the arrows on the rayHope it helps!

The vertex is b and the rays are ba and bc.

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They form a vertex because they are line segments. An angle is two rays with the same point

The vertex of an angle is the point where the two rays meet. An example is angle ABC. the two rays are ray BA and ray BC. The two rays meet at point B.

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