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Table of Contents

- Why vertical angles are congruent?
- Are verticals congruent?
- What angles are never congruent?
- Is same side interior angles congruent?
- Is supplementary angles never congruent?
- Can an angle be supplementary and congruent?
- Can 90 degree angles be congruent?
- What kind of angles do parallel lines create?
- What are congruent angles in parallel lines?
- How can you tell if two points are parallel?
- How do you know if two vectors are parallel?
- What is the slope when the line is vertical?
- How do you know if two lines are parallel in 3d?
- How do you find parallel lines?
- What is a real life example of parallel lines?
- What is a vertical angle?
- Are vertical angles equal to each other?
- What does vertical mean?
- Is Vertical Up or down?
- What does vertical order mean?
- What is vertical example?

When two lines intersect to make an X, angles on opposite sides of the X are called vertical angles. These angles are equal, and here’s the official theorem that tells you so. Vertical angles are congruent: If two angles are vertical angles, then they’re congruent (see the above figure).

Vertical angles are always congruent, which means that they are equal. Adjacent angles are angles that come out of the same vertex. Adjacent angles share a common ray and do not overlap.

Not all corresponding angles are equal. Corresponding angles are equal if the transversal intersects two parallel lines. If the transversal intersects non-parallel lines, the corresponding angles formed are not congruent and are not related in any way.

1. Why are same side interior angles congruent? The same side interior angles are NOT congruent. They are supplementary.

No, supplementary angles are not always congruent, and we can demonstrate this by showing an example of two supplementary angles that are not…

If two angles are each supplementary to a third angle, then they’re congruent to each other. (This is the three-angle version.) *Supplements of congruent angles are congruent. If two angles are supplementary to two other congruent angles, then they’re congruent.

Angles that add up to 90 degrees when combined. Congruent Angles: Two angles that have the same measure.

A transversal crossing through two parallel lines will create two identical sets of angles. When that happens, corresponding angles will be congruent to each other, and also to their alternates. As usual, there are lots of vertical angle pairs too!

The angles lie on the same side of the transversal in “corresponding” positions. If two parallel lines are cut by a transversal, the corresponding angles are congruent. Converse. If two lines are cut by a transversal and the corresponding angles are congruent, the lines are parallel.

We can determine from their equations whether two lines are parallel by comparing their slopes. If the slopes are the same and the y-intercepts are different, the lines are parallel. If the slopes are different, the lines are not parallel. Unlike parallel lines, perpendicular lines do intersect.

Two vectors are parallel if they are scalar multiples of one another. If u and v are two non-zero vectors and u = cv, then u and v are parallel.

Vertical lines have an undefined slope because the horizontal change is 0 — you cannot divide a number by 0.

we can choose two points on each line (depending on how the lines and equations are presented), then for each pair of points, subtract the coordinates to get the displacement vector. If the two displacement or direction vectors are multiples of each other, the lines were parallel.

Parallel Lines Two lines are parallel if the have the same slope. Example 1: Find the slope of the line parallel to the line 4x – 5y = 12. To find the slope of this line we need to get the line into slope-intercept form (y = mx + b), which means we need to solve for y: The slope of the line 4x – 5y = 12 is m = 4/5.

Parallel line examples in real life are railroad tracks, the edges of sidewalks, marking on the streets, zebra crossing on the roads, the surface of pineapple and strawberry fruit, staircase and railings, etc.

Vertical angles are angles opposite each other where two lines cross.

Vertical angles are always equal to one another. In general, we can say that, 2 pairs of vertical angles are formed when two lines intersect.

vertical, perpendicular, plumb mean being at right angles to a base line. vertical suggests a line or direction rising straight upward toward a zenith. the side of the cliff is almost vertical perpendicular may stress the straightness of a line making a right angle with any other line, not necessarily a horizontal one.

Vertical describes something that rises straight up from a horizontal line or plane. The terms vertical and horizontal often describe directions: a vertical line goes up and down, and a horizontal line goes across. You can remember which direction is vertical by the letter, “v,” which points down.

In an up-down direction or position. Upright. Example: trees grow in a vertical direction. (Side-to-side is called horizontal)

Vertical is a visual alignment that goes up to down; for example, a flag poll is a vertical poll. In the illustration to the right, the Y-axis is a vertical line. The X-axis is the horizontal line and the Z-axis is the depth line in a 3D space.