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What Is a Full Angle? (Mathematics Lesson)

What Is a Full Angle?

A full angle is an angle of 360°.



Real Examples of Full Angles

The angles below are all full angles:

Explementary Angles

Two angles are explementary if they add up to a full angle.



Read more about explementary angles

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SCIENTIFIC, FRENCH, AMERICAN, FULL ANGLE...

A full angle is a revolution. It is a complete turn or a full circle. It turns a direction all the way until it faces the original direction.



FOUR RIGHT ANGLES

A full angle is four right angles because 360° = 4 × 90°.



OTHER TYPES OF ANGLES

Full angles are one type of angle, the other types are acute, right, obtuse, straight and reflex.