All the sides of a triangle are segments. How could it have angles then?
As they say an angle is formed by two rays having the same end point...
Can the definition be like this "it is formed by two segments having the same end points.
All the sides of a triangle are segments. How could it have angles then?
As they say an angle is formed by two rays having the same end point...
Can the definition be like this "it is formed by two segments having the same end points.
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When we say that it is just a subset of an angle, does it mean that it is just a part of angle?
Since it is just a subset of an angle, do you think that I can't consider that as real angle?
If it is a real angle, can I consider the sides of the triangle as the sides of its angles though they are just segments?