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Definition : Area/region which lies with-in the arms of an angle is called Interior of Angle.

In the following Angle PQR



Points A, B, C, D, E all lie with-in the arms of Angle PQR and said to lie in the interior of Angle PQR.

Arms PQ and PR can be increased indefinitely, consequently increasing interior area of the angle too.
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