A central angle. The section of the circle formed by that angle and the part of the circle (the part being the circumference) between the radii is called a sector .
That is the central angle.
It is just called a "central angle".
That's a "central angle", but the part that really fascinates me is this: What would it look like if you had an angle whose vertex was in the center of the circle and whose …sides didn't intersect ? ? ?
An angle cannot "share" a vertex and a side.
well, i don't really know but my teacher said equal.
It can be any angle above zero and below 180 degrees. When it becomes 180 degrees then the two side will be a straight line. It is also defined as the included angle of a ci…rcular sector.
Equilateral triangle . Adjacent Angle
Technically, angles are made of rays that are 2-D, not 3-D. Only 3-D figures have sides. So, no.
you can name a vertex with b
It is called the central angle. Hope that helped!