Q: What describes angles formed by 2 intersecting lines?

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Angles that are pairs of opposite and congruent lines formed by intersecting lines are intersections

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

Verticle angles.

vertical angles

Vertical Angles

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Opposite angles are equivalent when formed by two intersecting lines

Angles that are pairs of opposite and congruent lines formed by intersecting lines are intersections

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

False. The angles can be formed by two skew lines intersecting a third line.

two adjacent angles formed by two intersecting tines are

Verticle angles.

Verticle angles

verticle angles

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Verticle angles.

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