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A straight angle.

Q: An angle whose sides make a line is called?

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flatangle (apex) A straight angle.

It would not have sides because it would be a straight line. A straight angle is 180 degrees. Anything above that is a "Reflex"

Is called a straight angle.

Every point on the bisector of an angle is equidistant from the sides of that angle. It is understood that the distance of a point from a line is the length of the perpendicular dropped from the point to the line.

No? Wouldn't they then be supplementary? Opposite rays make a straight angle/line, and if the exterior sides made the straight angle, the adjacent angles would be supplementary. ...Right?

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180 degree angle.

flatangle (apex) A straight angle.

180 degree angle or a straight angle

The measure of an angle whose sides overlap is 0 degrees. It is than not an angle, but rather a line.

It would not have sides because it would be a straight line. A straight angle is 180 degrees. Anything above that is a "Reflex"

Is called a straight angle.

it is called a straight angle, because the shape of the angle is a straight line.

Straight Angle

straight angle or line.

Every point on the bisector of an angle is equidistant from the sides of that angle. It is understood that the distance of a point from a line is the length of the perpendicular dropped from the point to the line.

No? Wouldn't they then be supplementary? Opposite rays make a straight angle/line, and if the exterior sides made the straight angle, the adjacent angles would be supplementary. ...Right?

No, a segment is a piece of a line. However, two segments that intersect at a point make an angle. In fact, the segments that make up the angle are called the sides of the angle.