A complete angle is defined as an angle that measures exactly 360°. It thus indicates a complete turn or rotation around a point. Also known as ‘full angle’ it is represented using the symbol 2π (where π is a pie).

Although similar to a zero angle in their looks, the main difference is their degree of rotation.

Complete Angles in Real Life

A circle in geometry

Any circular objects such as a coin, a bangle, or a pizza

FAQs

Q1. How many right angles make a complete angle?

Ans. Each right angle measures 90°, thus four right angles make a complete angle.