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

F for corresponding angles and Z for 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.

A Z Angle is a Interior Angle, and basically in this diagram, a and d are the same so when you get this in a question, and it shows only one side (for example a) and you have to find d, well d is the same angle as a! A C angle is a co-interior angle and a F angle is a Corresponding angle You can find this all out by searching in google which particular angle you want to learn about.

There are 3 right angles in the letter F

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

F for corresponding angles and Z for alternate angles

#includevoid main(){float a,b,c,z,d,x,y;printf("Enter the value of a,b,c");scanf("%f %f %f",&a,&b,&c);d=((b*b)-(4*a*c));z=sqrt(d);x=(-b+z)/(2*a);y=(-b+z)/(2*a);printf("The Quadratic equation is x=%f and y=%f",x,y);}Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Write_a_program_in_c_programming_language_that_computes_the_roots_of_the_quadratic_equation_ax2_bx_c#ixzz1Uuc5ZW4a

Z has two acute angles and two obtuse 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.

A Z Angle is a Interior Angle, and basically in this diagram, a and d are the same so when you get this in a question, and it shows only one side (for example a) and you have to find d, well d is the same angle as a! A C angle is a co-interior angle and a F angle is a Corresponding angle You can find this all out by searching in google which particular angle you want to learn about.

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

They are all called f angles or corresponding angles!

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 1 words with the pattern F-C---Z-. That is, eight letter words with 1st letter F and 3rd letter C and 7th letter Z. In alphabetical order, they are: focalize

Angles:degrees Temp.: degees C, degrees F, or kelvins

Since z = a^2/z on the circle, we see that w as given by (1) is purely real on the circle C and therefore if* = 0. Thus C is a streamline. If the point z is outside 0, the point az /z is inside 0, and vice-versa. Since all the singularities off(z) are by hypothesis exterior to C, all the singularities off(a?/z) are interior to C ; in particular f(a z /z) has no singularity at infinity, since f(z) has none at z = 0. Thus w has exactly the same singularities as/(z) and so all the conditions are satisfied.

Alternate angles are equal

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