The place or direction from which an object is seen. A corner, as of a building; the two lines that come together to form the corner create an angle; distinct; clearly defined.
An angle measured from a vertical reference. Zero degrees is a vertical line pointing up, 90 degrees is horizontal, and 180 degrees is straight down. Surveyors' Slang Surveying, like any profession, has its special terms and slang. Some are just humorous, some help distinguish similar sounds (e.g. eleven and seven), and some are just plain strange
the measurement of the difference in the direction in which two lines are pointing or the space between where two lines meet.
two rays which share a common end point
Something that is formed with two rays.
The amount of divergence between two intersecting, straight lines. The term is also applied to an angle-iron section.
This indicates how the airfoil is inclined to the air coming towards it. It is measured in degrees. At zero degrees, the front of the airfoil is pointed directly into the stream. At 90 degrees it is pointed straight up. It is also referred to as the Angle of Attack. The angle of attack in this simulation is limited since it does not depict stall characteristics.
(plane angle) The spatial relationship between two straight lines which meet; the point of meeting is the vertex of the angle. Angles are measured in degrees or, alternatively, in radians. A complete revolution is 360 degrees (360°). If two lines are parallel, the angle between them is zero. A straight line forms an angle of 180° and a right angle is 90°.
Two rays with a common endpoint called a vertex.
The union of two rays with the same endpoint (its vertex); the amount of rotation of a ray about a fixed ray
(n) The relative orientation of two linear elements with respect to each other. The angle is usually measured relative to the point of intersection or termination of the two lines.
The union of two rays with a common endpoint, called the vertex.
what lies between two rays which share the same endpoint
Angles are formed by two rays that begin at the same point.
Shape Resulting from the Intersection of 2 Lines or Surfaces
A valve configured with its outlet oriented 90 degrees from its inlet.
A figure formed by two rays that share the same endpoint.
The angle from horizontal made by the pattern of dots in a halftone.
the shape made by two straight lines that meet at one point
A measure used in surveys, an angle is designed to describe the correlation between two lines where two lines are connected at one point.Angles are measured in degrees.
The space (measured in degrees) between two lines that start from the same point.
a configuration of two line segments meeting at a point. The term is often used for the measure of rotation from one of the line segments to the other. In this sense, a right angle measures 90°, an acute angle is less than 90°, an obtuse angle is greater than 90° but less than 180°, and a reflex angle is greater than 180°.
(1) A figure consisting of two rays with the same endpoint. The endpoint is called the vertex of the angle. An acute angle has a measure greater than 0° and less than 90°. An obtuse angle has a measure-ment greater than 90° and less than 180°. A right angle has a measurement of 90°. A straight angle has a measure of 180°.
the space between two lines or planes that intersect; the inclination of one line to another; measured in degrees or radians
a geometric figure that consists of two rays that share a common endpoint
a measure of a turn between two lines
a part of a plane, limited by two rays sharing a common point of origin"
a subtraction of two bearings
An angle is formed when two lines intersect at a point forming the sides of the angle. The point of intersection is the vertex.
The intersection of two lines, which determines the desired path of the cue ball or object ball.
The formation of two rays with a common endpoint.
The measure of the distance between two values that share a common point (measured in degrees).
The angle of the dot is the angle at which the dots chain together. The problem with most computer graphics programs is that the angles of the halftones are generally great for offset printing but not good for screening. A lot of computer programs use 45 degrees as the default angle. Actually, 20 to 25 degrees is good for basic halftone work. If you are doing a process color job you can try Cyan 15, Magenta 45, Yellow and Black 75, or Cyan 22.5, Magenta 52.5, Yellow and Black 82.5.
A geometric figure formed by two non-collinear rays that have a common endpoint.
a figure formed by two rays that meet at the same end point
two rays that share a common endpoint, provided the two rays do not lie on the same line
The angle formed by the adjacent flanks of two bastions or by a flank and a curtain.
the shape made by two rays extending from a common end point, the vertex. Measures of angles are described using the degree system.
The space between two lines diverging from a common point and expressed in numerical form. See degree
Throw the ball at an angle of close to forty-five degrees.
Two rays with a common endpoint. The common endpoint is called the vertex of the angle. An acute angle has a measure greater the 0° and less than 90°. An obtuse angle has a measure greater than 90° and less that 180°. right angle has a measure 90°. straight angle has measure 180°. See also reflex angle.
An angle is the amount of rotation it would take to put one intersecting line on top of another.
A measure of the relationship of two intersecting lines.
A figure formed by two rays or two line segments with a common endpoint (vertex).
The amount of rotation about the point of intersection of two lines or line segments that is required to bring one into correspondence with the other.
Shape made by two straight lines meeting in a point; the space between those lines and surfaces; the amount of difference in direction between them measured in degrees. Two straight lines that diverge from the same point.
Two rays with a common endpoint. The rays are the sides, the endpoint is the ver tex.
A structural steel section that has two legs joined at 90 degrees to one another. Used as a lintel to support masonry over openings such as doors or windows in lieu of a masonry arch or reinforced masonry lintel. Also used as a shelf to vertically support masonry veneer. Sometimes referred to as a relieving angle.
where two faces of a fortification meet. See Salient and Reentering Angles.
An angle is the figure formed by two rays sharing a common endpoint, called the vertex of the angle. Angles provide a means of expressing the difference in slope between two rays meeting at a vertex without the need to explicitly define the slopes of the two rays. Angles are studied in geometry and trigonometry.