Q: What do z angles equal to?

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'z' has no right angles (in both upper and lower case).

It is a rhombus which has 2 equal acute angles and 2 equal obtuse angles

what is corresponding angles and sides referred to as They are the opposites that are equal if it is angles they are always equal if they are angles they can only be coarrasoponding if they are equal

Yes. Two obtuse angles, of equal measure.Yes. Two obtuse angles, of equal measure.Yes. Two obtuse angles, of equal measure.Yes. Two obtuse angles, of equal measure.

yes opposite angles are equal

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alternate angles

When two parallel lines are intersected by a transverse line, they form eight angles. You can consider the parallel lines as the horizontal lines of the letter Z and the transversal as the sloped line of Z. Then the two angles in that Z-shape are the Z angles. The transversal for Z-angles can slope either way. It can be proved that Z-angles, properly called ALTERNATE angles, are equal.

Z has two acute angles and two obtuse angles.

equal angles are angles that are equal

'z' has no right angles (in both upper and lower case).

congurent angles are angles that have equal angles. Example, if you want to have equal angles, you have to have a shape that has equal sides

z: alternate interior angles c: consecutive interior angles f: corresponding angles x: vertically opposite angles

No but it has 2 equal acute angles and 2 equal obtuse angles

Most of them do not have equal angles.

Angles are equal or congruent to each other when the measurements of the angles are the same.

F for corresponding angles and Z for alternate angles

An Equilateral has 3 equal sides and 3 equal angles A scalene triangle has no equal angles and no equal sides.