Corresponding Angles in Parallel Lines
How to solve corresponding angles in parallel lines problems: definition, theorem, examples and their solutions, and perpendicular transversal theorem.
A transversal is a line that passes through two lines.
By two lines and a transversal,
4 pairs of corresponding angles are formed.
(same colored angles)
If a transversal passes through parallel lines,
then a pair of corresponding angles is congruent.
(= Same colored angles are congruent.)
These two horizontal lines are parallel.
So the given corresponding angles are congruent.
So 64 = 7x + 1
Two horizontal lines are parallel.
So 14x - 3 = m∠1'.
And two sloped lines are parallel.
So m∠1' = 8x + 45.
So 14x - 3 = 8x + 45.
Perpendicular Transversal Theorem
If a transversal is perpendicular to
one of the parallel lines (top line),
then the transversal is perpendicular to
the other parallel line (bottem line).
It is the right angle version
of the corresponding angles in parallel lines.