The exterior angles which appear at opposite sides of the intersection of two or more straight lines and their transversal are called alternate exterior angles and also called as exterior alternate angles.

Four exterior angels are formed totally when two lines are intersected by their transversal line. In this case, every two exterior angles are appeared oppositely at the intersection of lines with their transversal.

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Learn the formation and properties of exterior alternate angles when parallel lines are intersected by their transversal.

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Learn the formation and properties of alternate exterior angles when nonparallel lines are intersected by their transversal.

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