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an adjacent corresponding angle is an angle which is adjacent to a particular angle as well as corresponding.

A corresponding angle is related to a primary angle. Subtract the primary angle measure from 180 degrees, to obtain the corresponding angle measure.

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I am picturing two parallel lines with a transversal, If Angle two and five are corresponding then they are congruent. If they are not corresponding then they would be supplementary.

the name of an f angle is a corresponding angle

The answer is no. When two triangles are congruent all three corresponding sides are the same and all three corresponding angles are the same. Two triangles with the same corresponding angles can have corresponding sides different so they are not congruent.

A second angle measuring 90 degrees minus the first angle.

SSS - Side-Side-SideAll three corresponding sides of the triangles have the same length AAS - Angle-Angle-Side; ASA - Angle-Side-AngleTwo corresponding angles are equal and a corresponding side is equal SAS - Side-Angle-SideTwo corresponding sides have the same length and the enclosed angle is the same. Note: it is important that the angle is the one between the corresponding sides of equal length.RHS - Right_angle-Hypotenuse-SideIn a right angled triangle the hypotenuse and a corresponding side must be equal.

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No. In similar triangles, the ratios of the 3 pairs of corresponding sides are always equal.

Nothing else, the angle-angle-side is sufficient to show the triangles are congruent. With two corresponding angles are equal, the third angles in the triangles by definition (the sum of the three angles in a triangle is 180o) must be equal making the triangles similar. If a corresponding pair of sides are also equal, then the other two corresponding pairs of sides will be equal.

I guess you are drawing a pie chart: 25 % is 25/100 = 1/4 of the whole A full turn of 360o represents the whole, therefore the angle for 25 % is 1/4 of this: angle = 360o x 1/4 = 90o

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An 'F' angle is called a corresponding angle, a 'Z' angle is called an alternate angle and a 'C' angle is called a supplementary angle.

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There are 4 tests that can be used, depending upon what you have:1) SSS (Side-Side-Side) - all three corresponding sides of the triangles are equal.2) AAS (Angle-Angle-Side) - two corresponding angles and one corresponding side are equal3) SAS (Side-Angle-Side) - two corresponding sides and the *ENCLOSED* angle are the same4) RHS (Right angle-Hypotenuse-Side) - The triangles are Right-angled with Hypotenuse and corresponding side equalIn test 2, if two angles are given then the third angle can be calculated, thus the order does not matter and ASA(Angle-Side-Angle) is equivalent and also proves congruency.Note the importance in test 3 that the angle is enclosed between the corresponding sides. If it is not enclosed, the triangles may be congruent, but they may also NOT be congruent. In this case the test you are using is Angle-Side-Side (ASS - which is what you would be to say that the triangles are congruent).Note that RHS is a special case of ASS (the only one which guarantees congruency) in that the angle MUST be a right angle (90°); this means that the third side of both triangles can be calculated using Pythagoras and RHS is effectively SSS.

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