# What is the definition of Same-Side Consecutive Interior Angles?

definition of same side interior angles

### What are the conditions that guarantee parallelism?

Parallel lines are lines that are coplanar (lying on the same plane) and do not intersect when cut by a transversal, corresponding angles formed by line n are equal in measure, alternate interior angles are equal in measures, the measures of alternate exterior angles are equal, consecutive interior angles are supplementary, consecutive exterior angles are supplementary.

### Uses of parallel lines cut by a transversal?

There's lots of useful things you can discover when parallel lines are cut by a transversal, most of them having to do with angle relationships. Corresponding angles are congruent, alternate interior angles are congruent, same side or consecutive interior angles are supplementary, alternate exterior angles are congruent, and vertical angles are congruent.

### What is the definition of exterior angles and interior angles?

In a geometric shape (say a triangle), the interior angles are those measured on the inside of the shape. The exterior angle is the angle if you were to extend one of those lines to the outside of the shape and measure from that line segment to the other intersecting line. Interior + Exterior = 180 degrees

### How do you find angles of a parallelogram?

To find the angles of a parallelogram, you have to know at least one angle (although it could be an interior or an exterior angle). There are several facts about all parallelograms: the sum of the interior angles is 360˚ (true for all quadrilaterals) opposite angles are congruent (angles that are diagonal in parallelograms have the same measure) consecutive angles are supplementary (angles that are connected by a single side add up to 180˚) If…

### Two pairs of consecutive angles are supplementary?

No, these are two quite different things. "Supplementary" means that the sum of the angles is 180 degrees. The angles need not be consecutive; on the other hand, two consecutive angles can have any measure, not always 180 degrees. No, these are two quite different things. "Supplementary" means that the sum of the angles is 180 degrees. The angles need not be consecutive; on the other hand, two consecutive angles can have any measure, not…

### How The bisectors of any 2 consecutive angles of a parallelogram intersect at right angles?

I expect "consecutive angles" are any pair that aren't opposite. Since they are co-interior angles between parallel lines, they are supplementarty (i.e. total 180 deg). When you bisect them, the bisectors join to form a triangle. Two of its angles are halves of the "consecutive angles", and so they total half of 180 deg, which is 90 deg. Hence the third angle is 90 deg (to give angle sum of the triangle as 180 deg)…