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This is my first post on this forum so sry if this is in the wrong place, but also it’s a weird question so I don’t know where it falls exactly.

Anyways my question is: when you have an angle, the further the distance is from the point where the angle forms, the distance between the two inner sides of the angel increases. My question is is there a term or something for making that statement, the statement being the distance between the sides of the angle increase as the distance to the angles origin increase. Is there a term for that?

Like I said, it’s kind of a weird question but it’s sometjing I’ve always wondered for some reason.

Anyways my question is: when you have an angle, the further the distance is from the point where the angle forms, the distance between the two inner sides of the angel increases. My question is is there a term or something for making that statement, the statement being the distance between the sides of the angle increase as the distance to the angles origin increase. Is there a term for that?

Like I said, it’s kind of a weird question but it’s sometjing I’ve always wondered for some reason.

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