11.5 Alternate angles Project Shum Science for Kids

# Introduction

Starting with a list of all angles in a parallel line:

An example of corresponding angles (already discussed) are b and f, meaning $b=f$.

An example of vertically opposite angles (already discussed) are b and c, meaning $b=c$.

Since $b=f$ and $b=c$, therefore, $c=f$. These angles are called alternate angles, since they are on alternate sides of the transversal.