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## Define Angle and Vertex

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 An Angle When two rays meet at a single point An Angle is formed. Below figure - shows that Ray 1 and Ray 2 meet at Point "O" and form An Angle AOB. Vertex The point at which two Rays meet is known as Vertex of the Angle. In the Below Figure, Ray 1 and Ray 2 meet at Point O, making it Vertex of Angle.

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