# An angle with radii as sides and the center as the vertex?

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It is a straight angle.

Inscribed angle

Central Angle.

# What is an angle whose vertex is at the center of a circle?

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 .

central angle

# An angle whose vertex is the center of the circle?

That is the central angle.

# What is the name of a angle with its vertex at the center of the circle?

It is just called a "central angle".

# An angle whose vertex is in the center of a circle and whose sides intersect is called?

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

# What is a angle that shares a vertex and a side?

An angle cannot "share" a vertex and a side.

Central angle

# What are angles that share a vertex and side?

well, i don't really know but my teacher said equal.

# What is an angle with a vertex at the center of a circle whose sides are the radii of the circle?

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

# Do angles have two sides and a vertex?

Technically, angles are made of rays that are 2-D, not 3-D. Only 3-D figures have sides. So, no.

# How do you name a vertex and sides of an angle?

you can name a vertex with b

# What is the angle called that is formed by two radii with a vertex at the enter of a circle?

It is called the central angle. Hope that helped!

No, neither.