# Angle Pair Names

Names of the angle pairsYou can classify the pairs of angles formed by a cross section when cutting lines as : Series AEA, AIA, CIA, CEA, CEA, CA, Vertical or Linear Pair. The angles can be combined into angle pairs with special names. The lines are parallel because a pair of corresponding angles are the same. Enhance your math knowledge with free questions in Transversals: Name Angle Pairs and thousands of other math skills.

## constructs

Particular designations are assigned to angle couples whose total corresponds to either 90 or 180 degree. An angle pair whose total is 90 degree is referred to as a complementary angle. Every angle is the complements of the other angle. Adding up two 180-degree angle is referred to as a supplemental angle. One angle is only a supplement or addition to another particular angle.

An individual angle, when viewed alone, can be neither supplemental nor complimentary - it can only assume one of these characteristics if viewed as one of two of them. The ABC and CBD brackets are complimentary, while the KHJ and JHI brackets are complimentary. Each time two intersecting line (or segment) is selected, each pair of opposite angle pairs is given a name.

This angle, which is made up of beams pointing in opposite direction, is referred to as a perpendicular angle. Upright angle is always the same. Pair of perpendicular brackets. DAC and BAE angle are perpendicular angle. The DAB and CAE angle are also verticals.

## Parallele Line

Line are paralell if they are always at the same spacing (called "equidistant") and never coincide. At the same spacing and without touch. In each of these samples, the line in color black is drawn along the line in color blue: Even parallels point in the same directions. So much do parallels have in common. Mmm.

Crossing a line across a line (called a transverse), you can see that many corners are the same as in this example: You can combine these angle values into angle couples with specific names. Select one: can be used to test if the wires are really parallel:

## constructs

Particular designations are assigned to angle couples whose total corresponds to either 90 or 180 degree. An angle pair whose total is 90 degree is referred to as a complementary angle. Every angle is the complements of the other angle. Adding up two 180-degree angle is referred to as a supplemental angle. One angle is only a supplement or addition to another particular angle.

An individual angle, when viewed alone, can be neither supplemental nor complimentary - it can only assume one of these characteristics if viewed as one of two of them. The ABC and CBD brackets are complimentary, while the KHJ and JHI brackets are complimentary. Each time two intersecting line (or segment) is selected, each pair of opposite angle pairs is given a name.

This angle, which is made up of beams pointing in opposite direction, is referred to as a perpendicular angle. Upright angle is always the same. Pair of perpendicular brackets. DAC and BAE angle are perpendicular angle. The DAB and CAE angle are also verticals.