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is it possible that I can describe the location of a single line in the figure as following,

e.g. a line is located in +45 degrees.

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is it possible that I can describe the location of a single line in the figure as following, e.g. a line is located in +45 degrees.

The normal terminology would be "a line located at 45 degrees" (this means +45 degrees) but you would not normally say located at.

Example the line (drawn) at (an angle of) 45 degrees

Alternatively the line sloping down at 45 degrees ( -45 degrees)

at preposition (PLACE) used to show an exact position or particular place.

at preposition (DIRECTION) in the direction of: Cambridge English dictionary

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  • Lines are typically infinitely long and are “located” using a point It passes through and a slope/direction or by two points It passes through.
    – Jim
    Aug 9, 2019 at 5:54

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