Two Angles that Form a Linear PairThe two angles forming a linear pair
Does the total of the two neighboring angles in a 180° paralleogram add up to 180°?
Within a delta ABC angles, cause 3 angles W = 2 (angle A+angle B). So what are the three angles? Is it possible for two angles to form a linear pair and not lie next to each other? Could you tell me how many couples of neighboring angles form when two line intersect? If in a square two neighbouring sides and two angles are the same, are the Bisectors of this square the same?
What is the connection between perpendicular angles and linear couples? What can I do to show that two neighboring angles from any side of a trapeze are the same? Like when two straight parallels are cut by a transverse, then you are proving that the bisectors of the two inner angle couples form a straight log.....
When two outer angles of a delta are each 305°, what is the other one? What two neighbouring angles result in a 180 degree trapezoid? Is it possible for two neighbouring angles to complement each other? Where can I find the angles of a trapeze when two adjoining sides are given?
There are two angles that form a linear pair. For the smaller corner, the measurement is half the measurement for the bigger corner. Which is the measurement for the large corner?
Greater angles are 120^o. And the smaller one is 60^o (one half of a bigger angle). They add up to 180^o, like a linear pair. Let us suppose a greater angular dimension X^o and a smaller dimension Y^o. The linear pair of angles is made up of two angles whose total is 180^o.
As a smaller angular dimension than half a bigger one is, we have a system of two linear expressions with two notables. Replace Y from the second to the first and find X: - X+1/2X=1803X=360X=120 which is a greater number. A = Y=1/2*120=60 - this is a smaller area.