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An angle with radii as sides and the center as the vertex?
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".
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 triangleAdjacent Angle
If you mean the vertex where the two equal sides of an isosceles triangle intersect, the side is the base.
Technically, angles are made of rays that are 2-D, not 3-D. Only 3-D figures have sides. So, no.
It is called the central angle. Hope that helped!