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- Q1
is formed when two rays meet a common endpoint.

Users enter free textType an Answer60sSTEM_PC11T-IIa-1 - Q2
If the terminal side of an angle in standard positions coincide with one of the axes such as 90

^{0}, 180^{0},270^{0}or360^{0},it is called a _______________.Users enter free textType an Answer60sSTEM_PC11T-IIa-1 - Q3
The ray on the positive x-axis.

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Angle that have the same terminal side.

Users enter free textType an Answer60sSTEM_PC11T-IIa-1 - Q5
The positive acute angle formed between the terminal side of this angel and the x-axis

Users enter free textType an Answer60sSTEM_PC11T-IIa-1 - Q6
If the terminal side of the angle rotates in a counterclockwise direction, we say that the angle has a negative measurement.

falsetrueTrue or False60s - Q7
Radian is the measure of an angle in standard position whose terminal side intercepts an arc of length r

truefalseTrue or False60s - Q8
The point forming the angle are called its side

falsetrueTrue or False60sSTEM_PC11T-IIa-1 - Q9
When the vertex is at the origin and the initial side is at the positive x-axis, we say that the angle is in standard position

truefalseTrue or False60s - Q10
When it rotates in a clockwise direction, the angle measurement is positive.

falsetrueTrue or False60sSTEM_PC11T-IIa-1