The do all start on a straight line if the track does not go round a bend.
However when the track is circular and runners are running in lanes, the outside lane is longer than the inside lane. The lane starting position is therefore staggered so that each runner in each lane actually ends up running the same distance.
Due to the curved/circular path of the track, the diameter is longer with each lane that moves outwards. Runners start at intervals for the 400 meter dash so that all runners end up running 400 meters in the end and not more or less.
Unless it is a direct proportion, the straight line does not have to start from zero.
An obtuse and an acute angle together are the two angles together that form a straight line. However, together they must add up to 180 degrees.
A straight line assembly process is a manufacturing process in many factories. With the straight line the product moves along the assembly line from start to finish.
They would only form a straight line if they added to 180 degrees
a straight line
There are a few ways to space runners on a track. You could have a staggered start where there is one runner per lane and they each start a but higher then the next (due to which lane they are in). They could also all start on the waterfall (the curved start line).
you start by drawing any un straight line and start but curves in your line
It depends on what information you have to start with.
two, since a right angle is 90o & a straight line is 180o
A straight line.A straight line.A straight line.A straight line.
no,v6 dizzy will not work in straight line to start with the shaft is shorter on v6
You tape a bunch of rocks together in a straight line. :Dlol
There is no reason why any graph should start from any particular point.
You had us baffled at "straight curve" . Could you mean if you start at the north pole, walk in a straight line, you will eventually get back to the north pole and round in a circle. Hence a straight line but no end points.
How track works is they call out the next events and the runners start on the starting line. A starter gun is shot and the runners run a specific number of laps. The runner who beats the rest wins the race.
Yes. If it is not straight, then it is not a line.
Yes, it has to be straight or it is not a line.
It sounds like a straight angle.
The word straight does have an antonym, which is crooked. So perhaps a crooked line is the opposite of a straight line.
The length (distance) of a straight line always changes, the angle of a straight line is 180 degrees.
If it is not straight, then it is not a line.
Displacement of a straight line is zero...
it just a straight line