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**Two rays that have a common endpoint form an angle.** In this formed angle, the endpoint is known as the vertex while the rays are its sides.

There are different ways to name an angle. Students can use the three points like E, F, and G, where E and G are points on each ray and F is the vertex point. Three ways of naming this angle are: angle EFG, angle F, or angle GFE.

There are many different angles formed from two rays and a vertex point, such as a right, acute, obtuse, or straight angle. While an obtuse angle is greater than 90 degrees, an acute angle is less than 90 degrees. A straight angle is a line that has 180 degrees.

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## How do you add two vectors that are not perpendicular or parallel?

A:For each vector, the angle of the vector to the horizontal must be determined. Using this angle, the vectors can be split into their horizontal and vertical components using the trigonometric functions sine and cosine. The horizontal components for the vectors are solved separately from the vertical. The combined horizontal and vertical components are solved using the Pythagorean theorem to reach the final answer.

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## What is the common end point of the sides of an angle?

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Full Answer >**The common endpoint of the sides of an angle is called a vertex.**For example, triangles have three vertices, while squares have four. These common endpoints are often colloquially called corner points, though this may result in confusing them with angles.Filed Under: - Q:
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Full Answer >**Read a crane load chart by first looking at the top axis.**The first number on the top axis is the gross vehicle weight. In the other two columns, you will find arrows that indicate the weight load for each axle,which depends on what additional accessories are loaded. Use this information to determine lift capacity, lift range, lift angle and crane in motion weight limits.Filed Under: