Either parallel lines or longitudinal lines are opposite transversal lines.
When two lines are crossed by another line (called the Transversal)
Transversal lines are made when one line crosses two parallel lines.
Transversal lines are not parallel and so have a gradient that is different to that of the given lines.
There is no deep meaning to it.
Transversal lines cut through or touch parallel lines as for example support sleepers on a rail track or transversal supports on a gate
a transversal line If a transversal intersects two parallel lines, then the alternate interior angles are congruent.
The transversal is the line that cuts the parallel line.
A Transversal angle is a line that intersects a system of lines.
When two parallel lines are cut by a transversal, the two pairs of angles on opposite sides of the transversal and outside the parallel lines, and the angles in each pair are congruent.
Transversal is a line in geometry that intersects at least two other lines.
Yes, a transversal line always intersects two parallel lines.
Alternate Exterior Angles :)
If two parallel lines are intersected by a transversal, then the corresponding angles are congruent. This is the transversal postulate. So the answer is the lines would be parallel. This means that the statement is true.
They are angles formed by the transversal line cutting through parallel lines
There are three lines in the figure described. Two of the lines never meet, these are the parallel lines. The third line crosses the other lines, it is the "transversal" line. If the parallel lines are really line SEGMENTS then each can be bisected (cut into two equal lengths) This is what your description states.
I think it is when there are 2 parallel lines, then the lines which cut both is called transversal.so, the angles which are between one side of the transversal and a parallel line must be called a transversal angles.
Then the two lines cut through by transversal line are parallel to each other.
Alternate Interior Angles
The transversal line cuts through the parallel lines that are equal distance apart and never meet together.
When parallel lines are cut through by a transversal line the alternate angles are equal
Providing that the lines are parallel that the transversal passes through then it will have two equal alternate angles that are on opposite sides of the transversal.
A Transversal or a Perpendicular Transversal.