False. The angles can be formed by two skew lines intersecting a third line.
No. The non-vertical angles need not be related to one another in any way.
equal vertical angles
Yes. They're in the plane defined by the two intersecting lines.
Vertical Angles or 4
Vertical angles are angles opposite each other, formed by two intersecting lines. They have the same measure, and so are congruent. == ==
Those are "vertical" angles, even if there's nothing vertical about them.
this is called vertical angles
The math name for this is vertical angles.
They are called vertical angles
They are equal vertical opposite angles or 2 pairs of equal angles.
Vertical-A+I believe the answer would be 2 ninety degree angles
Opposite angles are equivalent when formed by two intersecting lines
Two angles that aren't adjacent but are formed by intersecting lines are called vertical angles. Their angle measures are always equal.
vertical angles are always congruent...they are two nonadjacent angles formed by intersecting lines. Vertical angles are congruent..or equal in measure
Vertical angles are a pair of non-adjacent angles formed when two lines intersect. We see intersecting lines all the time in our real world.