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1.
ajacent angles: angles that share a common side and have a common vertex

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alternet exterier angles: angles that are on the opposite side of the transversal and outside parrel lines

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alternet interier angles: angles that are on the opposite side of the transversal and inside parrel lines

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complentery angles: 2 angles whose sum is 90

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corresponding angles: angles in same position on parrel lines in relation to the transversal

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external angles: angles that lie outside of the parrel lines

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internal angles: angles that lie inside of the parrel lines

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parrel lines: 2 lines on a plane that never intersept

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perpendictular lines: lines that intersect to form a right angle

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sumplementary angles: 2 angles whose sum is 180

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transversal: a line that intersects 2 parrel lines to form 8 angles

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vertical angles: 2 pairs of opposite angles formed by intersecting lines

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