
Definition of Round angle
1. Noun. An angle of 360 degrees.
Definition of Round angle
1. Noun. (geometry) An angle of 360 degrees; a full circle. ¹
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Literary usage of Round angle
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1. Introductory Modern Geometry of Point, Ray, and Circle by William Benjamin Smith (1892)
"angle : hence there is an angle, the I part of a round angle, n such that, taken
n times in addition, the sum will be a round angle. ..."
2. Introductory Modern Geometry of Point, Ray, and Circle by William Benjamin Smith (1892)
"angle ; hence there is an angle, the  part of a round angle, n such that, taken
n times in addition, the sum will be a round angle. ..."
3. Plane Geometry by William Betz, Harrison Emmett Webb, Percey Franklyn Smith (1912)
"From the preceding study of angles it is evident that a round angle equals two
... This is a mechanical way of dividing the round angle into 4, 8, 16, etc., ..."
4. Plane and Solid Geometry by Isaac Newton Failor (1906)
"72 A round angle, or perigon, is the entire angular magnitude around a point in a
... A round angle is equal to two straight angles or four right angles. ..."
5. Infinitesimal Analysis by William Benjamin Smith (1898)
"... its own points equals the round angle 27r, or rather has the same metric
number 2ir as the round angle, though it is an entirely different magnitude; ..."
6. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1920)
"If a halfline turn quite round, so as to coincide with its initial position, it
is said to lirn through or to generate a whole, or round, angle, ..."
7. Structural Engineers' Handbook: Data for the Design and Construction of by Milo Smith Ketchum (1918)
"... round (upset to 2jj round) or 'j 'square (upset to 2^"round) Angle oF rod
may vary From For a/f rods Standard slot in beam 4%"*6i" Where upset end oF ..."