# Angle Command

From GeoGebra Manual

- Angle[Vector v1, Vector v2]
- Returns the angle between two vectors
*v1*and*v2*(between 0 and 360°) . - Angle[Line g, Line h]
- Returns the angle between the direction vectors of two lines
*g*and*h*(between 0 and 360°) . - Angle[Point A, Point B, Point C]
- Returns the angle enclosed by
*BA*and*BC*(between 0 and 360°), where point*B*is the apex. - Angle[Point A, Point B, Angle α]
- Returns the angle of size
*α*drawn from point*A*with apex*B*. - Note: The point
*Rotate[A, α, B]*is created as well. - Angle[Conic]
- Returns the angle of twist of a conic section’s major axis (see command Axes) .
- Angle[Vector]
- Returns the angle between the
*x*‐axis and given vector. - Angle[Point]
- Returns the angle between the
*x*‐axis and the position vector of the given point. - Angle[Number]
- Converts the number into an angle (result between 0 and 2pi).
- Angle[Polygon]
- Creates all angles of a polygon in mathematically positive orientation (i.e., counter clockwise).
- Note: If the polygon was created in counter clockwise orientation, you get the interior angles. If the polygon was created in clockwise orientation, you get the exterior angles.

**Note:** Also see tools Angle and Angle with Given Size.