Q: What are allied angles?

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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

All right angles are congruent.All straight angles are congruent.All zero angles are congruent.All the angles of a regular polygon are congruent.Vertical angles (the angles opposite one another when two lines intersect) are congruent.When a transversal crosses parallel lines:Corresponding angles are congruent.Alternative Interior angles are congruent.Alternative Exterior angles are congruent.Finally, any angles with the same measure are congruent.

Vertical angles must necessarily be congruent, however congruent angles do not necessarily have to be vertical angles. An example of congruent angles which are not vertical angles are the 3 interior angles of an equilateral triangle. These angles do not share the same vertex yet they are congruent.

There are no angles they are all obtuse angles

Two opposite right-angles, whose corners share the same crossing point, are vertical angles.

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No. Allied angles add up to 180o. The only case when allied angles are equal is when they are both 90o.

They are allied angles that add up to 180 degrees

Allied angles are found on transversal line that cuts through parallel lines and they add up to 180 degrees

A pair of parallel lines with a transversal will have the following pairs of angles. Alternate , Corresponding, Allied internal, allied external and Vertically Opposite. Unfortunately I cannot draw a diagram on this site in order to show you the positions of these angle - pairs.

Allied angles are found on the transversal line that cuts through parallel lines and the 2 angles add up to 180 degrees

There are 4 types which are:- 1 Corresponding equal angles 2 Alternate equal angles 3 Vertical opposite equal angles 4 Interior supplementary or allied angles

Alternate and interior angles are created between parallel lines when a transversal line cuts through them.

The Angles (Latin: Angli) were originally a Baltic Germanic tribe who moved to north-western Germany and became allied to large numbers of the Saxons, Jutes, Frisians, Wends and Franks, who all then migrated to England after the withdrawal of Roman troops from the province of Britannia. The Angles gave their name to the languages spoken by all these groups (englisc) and to the country they occupied (england, the Land of the Angles).It is a common misconception that only Angles and Saxons migrated to England, but many other Germanic groups were equally represented.

1 It's a straight line that cuts through parallel lines 2 It creates corresponding angles that are equal 3 It creates alternate angles that are equal 4 It creates vertical opposite angles that are equal 5 It creates allied angles that are supplementary 6 It creates 180 degrees on a straight line 7 It creates 360 degrees around a point 8 Its angles are corresponding when outlined as F 9 Its angles are alternate when outlined as Z 10 It's useful in finding angles of depression and elevation 11 Its angles are all 90 degrees if it's perpendicular to the parallel lines 12 It and a friend can prove that there are 180 degrees in a triangle and 360 degrees in a quadrilateral

Maureen SimpsonImproved Answer:-1 Angles are calculated in degrees, minutes and seconds2 Angles are measured with a protractor3 Angles can be bisected with a compass and a straight edge4 Angles greater than 0 but less than 90 degrees are acute5 Angles of 90 degrees are right angles6 Angles greater than 90 but less than 180 degrees are obtuse7 Angles greater then 180 degrees are reflex8 Angles around a polygon add up to 360 degrees9 Angles inside a polygon are: (n-2)×180 degrees where 'n' is number of sides10 Angles around a point add up to 360 degrees11 Angle of an arc's radian is about 57.3 degrees12 Angle of elevation is looking upwards to an object13 Angle of depression is looking downwards at an object14 Angles of 90 degrees are formed by perpendicular lines15 Angles are equal vertical opposite when formed by crossed lines16 Angles are complementary when they add up to 90 degrees17 Angles are supplementary when they add up to 180 degrees18 Angles around a circle add up to 360 degrees19 Angles are formed when a transversal line cuts through parallel lines20 Angles are equal when they are corresponding21 Angles are equal when they are alternate22 Angles are allied on the interior transversal line23 Angles are the basics of trigonometry24 Angles are formed by the shadow of the Sun25 Angles on a straight line add up to 180 degrees

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