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Q: How can the properties of linear pairs and vertical angles help to determine the angle measures created by the intersecting lines?

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Yes, a pair of intersecting lines always forms a pair of vertical angles.

When 2 straight lines intersect vertical opposite angles are equal and the 4 angles created add up to 360 degrees

Yes. They're in the plane defined by the two intersecting lines.

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Two angles that aren't adjacent but are formed by intersecting lines are called vertical angles. Their angle measures are always equal.

I assume you are asking what such angles are called. The answer is, vertical angles.

Yes, a pair of intersecting lines always forms a pair of vertical angles.

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When 2 straight lines intersect vertical opposite angles are equal and the 4 angles created add up to 360 degrees

Yes. They're in the plane defined by the two intersecting lines.

No. The non-vertical angles need not be related to one another in any way.

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