Angles and Parallel Lines SACHS

When a transversal crosses a pair of parallel lines it creates two sets of identical angles. Complete the 4 missing angles below. 100 ^{ο}80 ^{ο}ο ο 100 ^{ο}80 ^{ο}ο ο The matching angles are called corresponding angles. α Hence, Corresponding Angles are equal.α There are α α pairs of Corresponding Angles. α α α α x = ο p = ο k = ο d = q = ο ο α There are α The equal angles between the parallel lines are called alternate angles. Hence, Alternate Angles are equal.pairs of Alternate Angles. α α m = ο q = ο b = ο m = d = ο ο There are α θ Co-interior Angles are supplementary.The angles together between the parallel lines add to 180 ^{ο}.pairs of Co-interior Angles. θ α m = ο p = ο x = ο b = a = ο ο Angle g is corresponding to angle Angle c is alternate to angle Angle e is co-interior to angle h e d g a f c b Angle p is equal to: 126 ^{ο }alternate angles126 ^{ο} corresponding angles54 ^{ο} co-interior anglesSelect the correctangle and reasonin relation to thegiven angle. Angle q is equal to: 126 ^{ο }alternate angles126 ^{ο} corresponding angles54 ^{ο} co-interior anglesSelect the correctangle and reasonin relation to thegiven angle. Angle r is equal to: 126 ^{ο }alternate angles126 ^{ο} corresponding angles54 ^{ο} co-interior anglesSelect the correctangle and reasonin relation to thegiven angle. |

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