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Geometry
Transversal Angles, Angles and Transversals, Transversal
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Alternate Interior Angles (Examples)
Angles 3 and 6
Alternate Exterior Angles (Examples)
Angles 2 and 7
Corresponding Angles (angle examples)
Angles 2 and 6
vertical angles - (Example) one pair
Parallel Lines (Definition)
lines that never intersect
Transversal (Definition)
a line that intersects two ore more parallel lines
Corresponding Angles (Definition)
-Angles in the same place on different lines -they are congruent
Alternate Interior Angles (Definition)
interior angles, non-adjacent and on opposite sides of the transversal and congruent (equal)
Alternate Exterior Angles (Definition)
exterior angles, non-adjacent, and on opposite sides of the transversal and congruent (equal)
Same-Side Interior Angles (Definition)
interior angles that are on the same side of the transversal and are supplementary (180).
Supplementary Angles (Definition)
Angles that add to 180 degrees. (straight line)
Vertical Angles (Definition)
Angles that are across from one another. EQUAL (congruent) to one another.
Same Side Exterior (Definition)
2 exterior angles on the same side of the transversal (sum is 180)
Congruent Angles (Definition)
angles with the same measure
Complementary Angles (Definition)
two angles whose measures have a sum of 90 degrees (corner)
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