A linear pair is a geometric term for two intersecting lines with a 180-degree angle. It is also known as a conjecture, or hypothesis, of linear pairs. Linear pairs require unshared sides of the angles to create rays on opposite sides.
Continue ReadingThe two angles from the intersecting lines add up to equal 180 degrees, creating a straight angle. Each intersecting line has an adjacent angle, which means that the lines have the same starting point, one shared side and no shared data points. In a linear pair, the shared side is also 180 degrees. There are 20 conjectures in geometry to formulate angles.
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