I'm wondering if there are two angles in an 'angle.'
For example, the image below would typically be identified as a right angle.
But couldn't you also say that it's a right angle and a 270-degree reflex angle? There are two angles?
Or-- An equiangular triangle is defined (?) as a triangle with three 60-degree angles.
But couldn't you also say that an equiangular triangle has three 300-degree reflex angles? Six angles?
Would the rays that form an angle be considered straight angles?
If so: Since a ray consists of infinitely many points.
And since any two points form a line segment.
And since a line segment can be considered a straight angle.
Does it follow that an angle consists of infinitely many angles?