Parallel lines Cut by a Transversal 8th Grade Math Worksheets

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Definition:

Parallel lines are everywhere. Railways, edges of window or door, lines on a notebook, etc. suggest parallel lines. Two parallel lines when cut by another line called transversal form eight angles.

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All about Parallel lines cut by a Transversal

  • Parallel lines are 2 coplanar lines which do not intersect.
  • A line that cuts 2 or more parallel lines is called transversal.
  • There are 8 angles formed when a transversal cut 2 parallel lines.
  • The angles can be classified as corresponding angles, alternate interior angles, alternate exterior angles, same side interior angles, and same side exterior angles.

Two lines are parallel if and only if they do not intersect no matter how far they are extended. The symbol used to denote parallelism is ∥.

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