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the two adjacent angles formed by the intersecting lines will equal 180 degrees.

Opposite angles are equal. Adjacent angles add up to 180 degrees.

A pair of opposite equal angles are formed when two lines intersect each other.

Form right angles

Only if the angles formed are right angles otherwise they form vertical opposite equal angles

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Yes, if they intersect at right angles.

the two adjacent angles formed by the intersecting lines will equal 180 degrees.

two adjacent angles formed by two intersecting tines are

When two lines intersect four angles are formed. Adjacent refers to angles that are next to each other so non adjacent refers to the ones opposite each other. They will have equal angles. Two adjacent angles in this situation will have a sum of 180 degrees.

Two pairs of adjacent angles are formed when two lines intersect each other.

Adjacent angles

Verticle angles

adjacent angles

When lines intersect, angle formed between them is Θ or 180-Θ.

A pair of intersecting lines form adjacent and opposite angles. So the answer to the question is an opposite angle.

Two angles that aren't adjacent but are formed by intersecting lines are called vertical angles. Their angle measures are always equal.

Opposite angles are equal. Adjacent angles add up to 180 degrees.