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Angles made by Transversals

Lines and Angles
Maths
Class 7

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Explain the corresponding angles axiom and it's converse. Explain the equality of alternate interior angles between parallel lines. Prove the converse theorem. State that interior angles on the same side of the transversal are supplementary. State the converse theorem for the same.

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