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Angles in 3D
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I have tried using vectors in 3D. There was a need to measure the angle between the vectors. Giving the Angle[<Vector>, <Vector>] command resulted in an error: 'Sorry, something went wrong. Please check your input' or 'Przepraszam, wejście jest niedopuszczalen' (PL, 'Sorry, the input is unacceptable').
It seems that measuring 3D angles is not yet implemented. I am looking forward to it, waiting anxiously.
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Angles in 3D work between 3 points  hopefully that will do what you want for now :)
Angle[A,B,C]
Thanks for the answer  I tried it end it worked for me just fine :)
When vectors are in the consideration, I can define point for each vector, plus a point for the origin of the vectors (if this is the case)  and measure the angle. Thanks again.
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