Two Angles with a Common Side but No Common Interior Points Are?


Two angles with a common side, but no common interior points are adjacent angles. Adjacent angles share a common side and a common vertex. Two angles that have a common side, but that do not share a vertex would look like a 'Z'.
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Those angles are called Alternate Exterior Angles. When two lines are crossed by another line (which is called the Transversal), the pairs of angles on opposite sides of the transversal
Adjacent Angles are two
If they share a common vertex as well as a common side, then they are "adjacent angles" If they do not share a common vertex, then they are called "Capital Z"
Hello Jeanne, This is not as difficult as it may seem. Let's see if I can describe it to you: If you sketch a general angle--an acute one about 70 or so degrees is fine--and label
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