Is any line a straight angle?
Straight lines are straight angles (180 degrees)
Yes - any straight line.
A straight angle is 180o - a straight line; any straight line has a straight angle in it, so the answer must be yes.
A straight angle (180 degrees) makes a perfectly straight line. Any degree below 180 degrees (0-179 degrees) is NOT a straight angle NOR a straight line. straight angle = 180 degrees straight angle = straight line 180 degrees
.the BASIC law of a angle is that a angle must be made by two line ,one line can't make any angle ,a straight angle is make by 2 line not 1 ; you it is only one it is because both line are in the same level . Base or this fact a straight angle is a angle Hope this can solve your question
yes a straight angle is a 180 degree angle and a line is just a straight line
No. An angle of 180o is a straight line.
Yes a straight line is considered an angle as the line which is inclined on the base line has 0degree angle on the base line .
a straight line is also called a straight angle. it is 180 degrees.
a straight line, or straight angle
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.
An angle that measures 180 degrees is a straight angle, or straight line. Line.
There are no degrees in a straight line. The angle between two line segments that looks like a single straight line if you didn't know where the vertex of the angle is, measures 180 degrees, and is called a "straight angle".
An angle of 180 degrees is a straight angle, a straight line.
A straight angle is by definition 180°.
The angle on a straight line is 180° .
it is a straight line
straight angle, straight line
An angle that forms a straight line has an angular measure of 180 degrees.
An acute angle is an angle less than 90 degrees. A right angle is 90 degrees. A straight angle is a straight line. For example: take a 90 degree angle and straighten it out to form a line, and it becomes a straight angle.
Any object that is not a straight line...
An obtuse angle is any angle which measures between 90 degrees (that is, a right angle), and 180 degrees (that is, a straight line).
It's not that easy to answer because a straight angle is like a straight line and I think that it would be on either every or none of the shapes that I would know of. Any shape has a right, obtuse,or acute angle. So, I am guessing that no shapes have straight angles. or that a straight angle is in every angle which is not true.
Is called a straight angle.
180 degrees -- a straight angle
either 00 or 1800A straight angle is an "angle" that doesn't affect the direction of a line. A 00 angle sends the line in the opposite direction.
An angle measuring 180 degrees is a straight angle, or straight line.
it is greater. 180 is a straight angle (straight line).
Because if it did not, it would not be called a straight angle!!
It's a straight line, angle 180o.
A straight line is equal to a 180 degree angle.
A straight line has an infinite number of angles, each angle of eactly 360o, or 0o. An line with an angle of 180o looks like a straight line, but technically it is not a straight line, since the line folds back upon itself.
A straight angle has 180 degrees. It is an angle that has sides in opposite directions from its vertex. A straight angle will look like a straight line.
A straight angle is 180 degrees, or twice the measure of a right angle. Therefore, it looks like a right angle that has been folded out into a flat line. Another way is to look at the arch of a 180 degree angle as a semicircle. Connect both ends of the semicircle and you have a straight line.
It is called a straight angle. It is just a straight line.
There are 0.00 degrees of angle in a straight line
A straight angle.
A straight line.
A straight angle is 180o better known as a straight line. The hands of a clock showing a quarter past nine forms a straight angle.
it is called a straight angle, because the shape of the angle is a straight line.
I think you meant straight angle. Yes, there is, and (not surprisingly) a straight line with an angle of 180o
An angle with 180 degrees is a straight line, so it's known as a straight angle.
An angle that measures 180 degrees would be in a straight line. Therefore, this angle is known as a straight angle.
The length (distance) of a straight line always changes, the angle of a straight line is 180 degrees.
A straight angle is exactly 180 degrees. It looks like a straight line.
Supplementary Angles total 180o. A straight line is theoretically an angle of 180o. Draw a straight line (ruler) and draw another straight line from anywhere you like on it and at any angle you like. You have created a pair of supplementary angles!
A straight line has an angle of 180 degrees.
Any particular angle can have any measure you like between 0 and 360 degrees - except 180 degrees which is a straight line.
One angle of 180 degrees forms a straight line.
no... a straight line is a 180 degrees half circle.