Q: Can 2 parallel rays form an angle?

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Two rays that have the same endpoint form an angle.

I'm pretty sure it's a spongebob.....

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A right angle trapezoid has 2 right angles, an acute angle and an obtuse angle It has a pair of opposite parallel sides of different lengths The 4 interior angles add up to 360 degrees

An angle is formed when two rays meet.

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The common endpoint of 2 rays that form an angle is the vertex.

Two rays that have the same endpoint form an angle.

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No. Two rays can be parallel and so would never form an angle. Also, an angle (a single one as opposed to a quartet of angles) is formed by two coterminus line segments. That is to say, the line segments stop where they meet. A ray goes on forever in both directions.

no * * * * * Yes they can - if they form a straight angle (180 deg).

a vertex

Yes. This angle has 2 rays connected by a point.

I'm pretty sure it's a spongebob.....

no they cant because they are parralell and form 2 straight line that will never entercept eachother

Angle An angle is formed by 2 rays extending from the same endpoint.