Angles on a porch – angle names
Acute, right and obtuse anglesThe green angles is acute.The red angle is obtuse.The yellow angle is right.
Corresponding anglesAll yellow angles are corresponding angles.All red angles form another group of corresponding angles.
Alternate anglesThe green angles are interior alternate angles.The blue angles are exterior alternate angles.
Same-side anglesThe yellow and red angles are same-side interior angles.The blue and green angles are same-side exterioran...
Supplementary anglesThe yellow and red angles are supplementary angles.The blue and green angles are another pair ofsupple...
Vertical anglesThe red angles are a pair of vertical angles.The blue angles are another pair ofvertical angles.
Adjacent anglesThe yellow and red angles are adjacent angles (they share a side).The blue and green angles are another pai...
Complementary anglesEach pair of the green andyellow angles is a pair ofcomplementary angles.
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Porch angles and lines-names

names of angles, parallel lines crossed by a transversal
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. Angles on a porch – angle names
  • 2. Acute, right and obtuse anglesThe green angles is acute.The red angle is obtuse.The yellow angle is right.
  • 3. Corresponding anglesAll yellow angles are corresponding angles.All red angles form another group of corresponding angles.
  • 4. Alternate anglesThe green angles are interior alternate angles.The blue angles are exterior alternate angles.
  • 5. Same-side anglesThe yellow and red angles are same-side interior angles.The blue and green angles are same-side exteriorangles.
  • 6. Supplementary anglesThe yellow and red angles are supplementary angles.The blue and green angles are another pair ofsupplementary angles.
  • 7. Vertical anglesThe red angles are a pair of vertical angles.The blue angles are another pair ofvertical angles.
  • 8. Adjacent anglesThe yellow and red angles are adjacent angles (they share a side).The blue and green angles are another pair ofadjacent angles.
  • 9. Complementary anglesEach pair of the green andyellow angles is a pair ofcomplementary angles.