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adjacent angles - angles immediately next to each other; have a common vertex and common side but do not overlap, alternate exterior angles - angles created when a transversal intersects parallel lines that lie outside the parallel lines on the opposite sides of the transversal, alternate interior angles - angles created when a transversal intersects parallel lines that are not opposites sides of transversal in between the parallel lines, complementary angles - two angles whose sum is 90LaTeX: ^\circ, congruent angles - angles with the same size and shape, corresponding angles - angles that are in the same position made by a line cutting through 2 or more lines, exterior angles - the angles outside parallel lines when they are crossed by a transversal, interior angles - the angles inside parallel lines when they are crossed by a transversal, non-adjacent angles - two angles that do not share a vertex, parallel lines - lines that are always equidistant apart, remote interior angles - angles of a triangle that are not adjacent to a given exterior angle, same side interior angles - the interior angles on the same side of the transversal when two parallel lines are cut by a transversal, supplementary angles - two angles whose sum is 180LaTeX: ^\circ, transversal - a line that cuts across two or more other lines, vertical angles - a pair of angles directly oppose each other, formed by intersecting straight lines,

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