Two pairs of opposite equal angles are formed
Two lines that intersect will create2 pairs of equal angles and if the lines are perpendicular the angles created will be right angles
Two pairs of adjacent angles are formed when two lines intersect each other.
If the two lines are parallel, then you get 4 pairs of vertical angles. If the two lines are not parallel, then we get 6 pairs of vertical angles.
We'll get a n number of vertical angles (pairs)
There are many classifications of lines in geometry and some of them are:- Parallel lines never intersect and remain equal distance from each other Perpendicular lines intersect each other at right angles Lines that cross each other create vertical opposte equal angles Diagonal lines are found in polygons Line segments have end points Lines on the Cartesian plane are the x and y axes
Four opposite equal angles are formed when 2 lines intersect each other