## Angle |

In **angle** is the figure formed by two *sides* of the angle, sharing a common endpoint, called the * vertex* of the angle.

*Angle* is also used to designate the

The word *angle* comes from the *angulus*, meaning "corner"; *(ankylοs)*, meaning "crooked, curved," and the **ank-*, meaning "to bend" or "bow".^{[2]}

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- identifying angles
- types of angles
- measuring angles
- angles between curves
- bisecting and trisecting angles
- dot product and generalisations
- angles in geography and astronomy
- see also
- notes
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In mathematical expressions, it is common to use `α`, `β`, `γ`, `θ`, `φ`, . . . ) to serve as *a*, *b*, *c*, . . . ) are also used, as are upper case Roman letters in the context of

In geometric figures, angles may also be identified by the labels attached to the three points that define them. For example, the angle at vertex A enclosed by the rays AB and AC (i.e. the lines from point A to point B and point A to point C) is denoted ∠BAC (in Unicode U+2220 ∠ ANGLE) or . Sometimes, where there is no risk of confusion, the angle may be referred to simply by its vertex ("angle A").

Potentially, an angle denoted, say, ∠BAC might refer to any of four angles: the clockwise angle from B to C, the anticlockwise angle from B to C, the clockwise angle from C to B, or the anticlockwise angle from C to B, where the direction in which the angle is measured determines its sign (see Positive and negative angles). However, in many geometrical situations it is obvious from context that the positive angle less than or equal to 180 degrees is meant, and no ambiguity arises. Otherwise, a convention may be adopted so that ∠BAC always refers to the anticlockwise (positive) angle from B to C, and ∠CAB to the anticlockwise (positive) angle from C to B.

Other Languages

Адыгэбзэ: Блыгу

Afrikaans: Hoek (meetkunde)

Alemannisch: Winkel (Geometrie)

العربية: زاوية (هندسة)

aragonés: Anglo

ܐܪܡܝܐ: ܙܘܝܬܐ (ܡܚܪܘܬܐ)

asturianu: Ángulu

Avañe'ẽ: Takamby

Aymar aru: K'uchu

azərbaycanca: Bucaq

تۆرکجه: آچی

বাংলা: কোণ

башҡортса: Мөйөш

беларуская: Вугал

беларуская (тарашкевіца): Кут

български: Ъгъл

bosanski: Ugao

brezhoneg: Korn (mentoniezh)

буряад: Үнсэг

català: Angle

čeština: Úhel

chiShona: Gonyo

Cymraeg: Ongl

dansk: Vinkel

Deutsch: Winkel

eesti: Nurk

Ελληνικά: Γωνία

español: Ángulo

Esperanto: Angulo

euskara: Angelu (geometria)

فارسی: زاویه

français: Angle

Gaeilge: Uillinn (matamaitic)

Gàidhlig: Ceàrn (Matamataig)

galego: Ángulo

贛語: 角

한국어: 각 (수학)

հայերեն: Անկյուն

हिन्दी: कोण

hrvatski: Kut

Ido: Angulo

Ilokano: Anggulo

Bahasa Indonesia: Sudut (geometri)

interlingua: Angulo

italiano: Angolo

עברית: זווית

ქართული: კუთხე

қазақша: Бұрыш (геометрия)

kernowek: Angle

Kiswahili: Pembe (jiometria)

Kreyòl ayisyen: Ang

kurdî: Hoke

Кыргызча: Бурч

Latina: Angulus

latviešu: Leņķis

lietuvių: Kampas

Limburgs: Hook

lingála: Litúmu

magyar: Szög

македонски: Агол

മലയാളം: കോൺ

मराठी: कोन

Bahasa Melayu: Sudut

монгол: Өнцөг (геометр)

Nederlands: Hoek (meetkunde)

नेपाली: कोण

नेपाल भाषा: कुं

日本語: 角度

Nordfriisk: Winkel

norsk: Vinkel

norsk nynorsk: Vinkel

occitan: Angle

олык марий: Лук

oʻzbekcha/ўзбекча: Burchak

ਪੰਜਾਬੀ: ਕੋਨ

پنجابی: کونا

Patois: Hanggl

ភាសាខ្មែរ: មុំ

polski: Kąt

português: Ângulo

română: Unghi

Runa Simi: Chhuka

русский: Угол

Scots: Angle

sicilianu: Ànculu

සිංහල: කෝණය

Simple English: Angle

slovenčina: Uhol

slovenščina: Kot

Soomaaliga: Xagal

کوردی: گۆشە

српски / srpski: Угао

srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски: Ugao

Basa Sunda: Juru (élmu ukur)

suomi: Kulma

svenska: Vinkel

Tagalog: Anggulo

தமிழ்: கோணம்

татарча/tatarça: Почмак

తెలుగు: కోణం

ไทย: มุม

ᏣᎳᎩ: ᎤᏜᏅᏛ ᎤᏞᏴᏍᏛ

Türkçe: Açı

українська: Кут

اردو: زاویہ

Tiếng Việt: Góc

文言: 角

Winaray: Anggulo

吴语: 角

ייִדיש: ווינקל

粵語: 角 (幾何)

中文: 角