Angles are formed geometrically when two or more lines are intersected by their transversal. An angle has similarity in position with one or more angles in this special geometric case and they are known as corresponding angles.

Two straight lines cut by another straight line is a basic case of transversal. In this case, four pairs of corresponding angles are formed geometrically. Now, study the properties of the corresponding angles formed by the intersection of two parallel (or) nonparallel lines and their transversal.

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Learn formation and properties of corresponding angles of transversal of two parallel lines.

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Learn properties and formation of corresponding angles of transversal of two nonparallel lines.

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