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Kinked.

vertical; straight up and down; upright; meeting a given line or surface at right angles.

A pair of angels in a straight line formed by a line or half-line meeting it is called adjacent angels. Adjacent angels will add up to 180°.

The word straight does have an antonym, which is crooked. So perhaps a crooked line is the opposite of a straight line.

for example a straight line.(is it straight up and down)

It is possible that this the question concerns upper case letters in the Roman alphabet, and excludes angle between a straight line and a curve (the curved part of P meets the vertical straight at right angles). In that case, one possible answer is WAFT.

Nonlinear

A vertical line is one which rises at right angles to a base-line. Another word for it is a perpendicular.

That is the correct spelling of the plural noun "angles."NOTE : The word angles means geometric line forms, angels are the religious entities.

Ray.

A line is a straight segment extending outwards in both directions.

The word straight doesn't really apply to an equation. However the graph of a linear equation is a straight line.

Line up outside the ship.Make sure you line these up straight.

lasers

I struggle to walk in a straight line when I've drunk too much Guinness.

a line segment

It is a tangent line

Yes. That is what the word "linear" means!

An obtuse angle is anything that measures between 91-179 degrees. (because 90 degrees is a right angle and 180 is a straight angle) An acute angle is anything that is lower than 90 degrees.** TIP: I remember acute angles because it has the word cute in it and I think "Oh it's so cute." I can remember right angles because "They are always right, proper, and tall." Straight angles look like a straight line so that's easy enough to remember.

tangent

vertical

You're referring to the word 'plumb' - as in plumb line.

Alternate and interior angles are created between parallel lines when a transversal line cuts through them.

A triangle is a closed shape with 3 straight lines, where the sum of its angles is 180 degrees.

It is an equation which, if plotted will be represented by a straight line (hence linear).