The line that does not have any curves and shortest distance between two points is a straight line.
The sum of all the angles on a straight line is equal to 180°
AOB is a straight line, ∠x + ∠y + ∠z = 180°
When two straight lines cross each other, the opposite angles formed are equal.
Parallel lines are two or more straight lines that can never meet and the distance between them is constant at all points along the lines.
Line AB is parallel to CD, so we write AB ∥ CD and line PQ parallel to RS so we write PQ ∥ RS.
When another straight line cross parallel lines it creates sets of equal angles.
When two straight lines meet and form a right angle, they are known as perpendicular lines.
AB is perpendicular to PQ and symbol to represent perpendicular lines is ⊥ and we write AB ⊥ PQ(AB is perpendicular to PQ)
If two straight lines intersect at a point, then an angle is formed. The symbol of angles is ∠. The size of an angle is measured in degrees; and the symbol used to represent degree is º. The angle is shown below.
The intersection point of two straight lines called vertex.
Here Q is meeting point of lines PQ and QR so Q is vertex.
Lines PQ and QR are arms of the angles.
The amount of turn from one arm of the angle to the other is said to be the size of an angle.
In symbolic way we can write ∠PQR (read angle PQR).
An angle that is equal to 90°
An angle that is greater than 0° and less than 90° is called Acute Angle
An angle that is more than 90° but less than 180°
An angle that is exactly 180°
An angle that is greater than 180° but smaller than 360°
Angles at a point or in a circle add up to 360°
In below given figure there are 4 right angles at a point
* A square and a rectangle have 4 right angles and 4 pairs of perpendicular lines each.
* A straight line has 2 right angles, which add up to 180°
* The angles in a triangle add up to 180°