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straight angle

[′strāt ‚aŋ·gəl]
(mathematics)
An angle of measure one-half revolution or 180°, whose sides lie on the same straight line but extend in opposite directions from the vertex.
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To sum up, try dragging off at a straight angle, making sure to go slowly over the whole double row header.
Because two straight angles make a revolution, the size of a straight angle is 360[degrees] / 2 = 180[degrees].
MORE ONLINE more action from the game gallery at walesonline/gallery walesonline.co.uk Halfpenny squirmed into the attacking line to put George North across the whitewash and he was followed over by Jamie Roberts whose straight angle burst turned it into a rout.
Some have stated crossdraws originated with cowboys for just this reason, as cowboys moved the old straight angle holsters to the weak side.
It's Mother Nature at her most terrifying, her power and her splendour demonstrated by the sharp, nearly straight angles of the crevice.
Straight Angles As is the case with all saltwater fly fishing, keep a straight line from your rodtip to fly for both control and setting the hook.
Students introduced to the terms: right, obtuse, acute, and straight angles. Students are then involved in an activity where they use quick response (QR) codes in the playground to test to see if they are naming the angles correctly.
The LX125, though modern, carries quite a few retro styling cues; it is more about curves than straight angles. The large front mudguard with the metal logo is reminiscent of the past, as is the front apron with the little horn bezel finished in chrome.
On the ground, it coils in spirals, but these are squared off at straight angles. Moving in closer, the viewer realizes that the lower portion of the rope is actually made of painted bronze and is rigid; only the upper portion is really rope.
Mark runs very good straight angles and is strong enough to commit defenders.
Issues such as the angles of the connectors (only right or straight angles), and how much "bendability" (or the tightness of the curve that the piping could endure without deforming) were other practical, but also mathematical, issues with which students had to deal.
1869 - The first cycle races were held on "Bone shakers" made of stiff materials at straight angles to help riders cycle over the cobblestone paths of the day.