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Adjacent angles

If the two lines form an X then each angle directly across from another is congruent or equal to that angle.

They are angles formed when two straight lines intersect: they are on opposite sides of the point of intersection.

Perpendicular Lines form right angles at their point of intersection

Perpendicular lines

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Adjacent angles

They are equal opposite vertical angles and if the lines are perpendicular to each other then 90 degree angles are formed.

They are said to be perpendicular. Or, if you wanted an example of a pair of such lines, one example is a plus sign.

If the two lines form an X then each angle directly across from another is congruent or equal to that angle.

Vertical equal opposite angles are formed when lines intersect each other.

Vertical equal opposite angles are formed when lines intersect each other.

If I understand the question: Either pair of opposite angles formed by the intersection of 2 lines.

Perpendicular if they form right angles if not they form vertical opposite equal angles

They are angles formed when two straight lines intersect: they are on opposite sides of the point of intersection.

When two straight lines intersect they form 360 degees with opposite angles being equal.

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Perpendicular Lines form right angles at their point of intersection