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# 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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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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### Two nonadjacent angles formed by two intersecting line are called?

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

### What are angles that are opposite from one another made by intersecting lines and have equal measures?

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

### Do a pair of intersecting lines form two pairs of vertical angles?

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

### What is an angle formed by intersecting lines?

It is called vertical.

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### What are the angle properties of intersecting lines?

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

### Are vertical angles formed by two intersecting lines coplanar?

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

### If two angles are vertical then they are nonadjacent angles formed by two intersecting lines. 2. If two angles are not vertical then they are not nonadjacent angles formed by two intersecting lines.?

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

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