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A convex angle is an angle that is larger than a zero angle and smaller than a straight angle.
That is, the measurement of a convex angle is larger than $0 \degrees$ and smaller than $180 \degrees$.
In radians, the measurement of a convex angle is larger than $0$ and smaller than $\pi$.
Also known as
Some texts targeted towards the high level refer to such an angle as an ordinary angle.
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