A dihedral angle is the angle formed by two intersecting planes. The Intersecting Planes Postulate tells us that intersecting planes form a line. Take a line in each plane that is perpendicular to the line of intersection. The two lines must intersect. The dihedral angle of the planes is the angle between the two lines.
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