Mathematics

An angle whose measure is the sum of the measures of two right angles is _______.


ANSWER

Straight


SOLUTION
Measure of a right angle is $$90^ \circ$$
Measure of a straight angle is $$180^ \circ$$
Sum of the measure of two right angles is $$(90+90)^ \circ=180^ \circ$$
Thus an angle whose measure is the sum of two right angles is $$Straight$$
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