How is a straight formed?
its not straight its wonky!!!
The angle that is formed by the opposite rays is called the straight angle. This is from the fact that the opposite rays form a straight line.
An angle is formed by two rays that have the same endpoint. Tell why it makes sense that a straight angle forms a straight line.
A straight angle
If you mean an angle then an angle is formed by two straight lines meeting at a vertex.
A straight angle is 180o - a straight line; any straight line has a straight angle in it, so the answer must be yes.
An angle is formed by the intersection of two straight lines. If the lines are perpendicular, they will form right angles.
is called a straight angle
Straight Angle :)
The intersection of two lines is a point. If both lines are straight the figure of four separate triangles are formed. The type of triangles are dependent on the angle of the intersection.
A triangle is formed by three straight lines and has three interior angles that add up to 180 degrees.
An angle cannot be formed by only one ray. However, an angle formed by two opposite rays is called a straight angle.
At 6, the hands are straight up and down. A straight angle is 180 degrees.
That is correct.
A straight-angle. 180o.
The geometric figure formed when two planes intersect is called a polygon. * * * * * Wrong! The correct answer is a straight line.
The likely word is triangle (shape formed by three straight lines).
It could be a straight line, or an angle.
Yes, in fact, all gay people are gay from birth, just as all straight people are straight from birth.
It is a polygon that has three or more straight lines joined together at each vertex.
A right angle triangle is formed if you draw a line through it straight down from the pointed tip to the base.
A quadrilateral is a shape formed by 4 straight lines, a 4-sided polygon.
180 degrees Also known as a straight angle.
A straight angle.
Yes, as long as the two lines are straight.
Zero. A null angle is formed by two straight lines that coincide.
If they are straight lines then it is a polygon.
A plane is a straight line. An angls is formed by 2 intersecting lines.
Perpendicular lines or parallel lines are two examples
Part of the border of Queensland and New South Wales is formed by the Macintyre and Dumaresq Rivers, Rivers do not flow in a straight line.
It must be putbinto a pressure chamber so that it will not go straight from a solid to a liquid.
Seriosuly about 99.9% because it tests straight from your uterus where the baby is being formed.
180 degrees because opposite rays form a straight line.
The various shapes are: point, straight line, circle, ellipse, parabola and hyperbola.
Four opposite equal angles are formed when 2 lines intersect each other
The hands form a right angle. At 3 o'clock, the minute hand points straight up, and the hour hand points straight to the right.
Any closed figure formed by a set of straight line segments is a polygon. If the segments are curved such as in a circle or oval, the closed figure is not a polygon.
They are angles formed when two straight lines intersect: they are on opposite sides of the point of intersection.
Solar eclipse are formed when Sun, Moon and Earth come in a straight line and the moon blocks the sun light and forms a Shadow on earth. It only happens once or twice a year.
because the thickness of air film is parallel to the edge
Because they cannot form a tessellation. Tessellations can only be formed by regular polygons.
If its light from the sun, yes, its vast distance from us means the light waves are essentially parallel
polyisoprenoid is a straight polymer formed by condensation of monomers that is isoprene....they are also called as isoterpenes...e.g rubber,xanthophylls etc
It depends. A polygon can have any number of sides, in the same way as a circle can have any radius.
yes it is a solid figure which is formed by the locus of all the straight line segments that join the apex to the base
The image formed on the screen of the pinhole camera is inverted because the aperture, which is a small hole, bends the light that enters the camera. This basically shows that light travels in straight line.