# What are the corresponding sides of a triangle?

Space and AstronomyIn a triangle, the corresponding sides are **the sides that are in the same position in different triangles**. In the below-given images, the two triangles are congruent and their corresponding sides are color-coded. In the above two triangles ABC and XYZ, AB is the corresponding side to XY.

## What are corresponding sides example?

For example, if one polygon has sequential sides a, b, c, d, and e and the other has sequential sides v, w, x, y, and z, and if b and w are corresponding sides, then side a (adjacent to b) must correspond to either v or x (both adjacent to w).

## How do you find corresponding parts of a triangle?

Video quote: *Parts all right meaning that each side has to correspond to the other side that's going to be in the exact same position.*

## How do you find the corresponding sides?

Video quote: *We want to come up with the corresponding sides now corresponding sides are basically the same location. And in each triangle. So if you notice here we have side a B.*

## What are corresponding side lengths?

Corresponding sides and angles are **a pair of matching angles or sides that are in the same spot in two different shapes**. Look at the pictures below to see what corresponding sides and angles look like. Note: These shapes must either be similar or congruent.

## What are the three pairs of corresponding sides?

**SSS (Side-Side-Side)** **SAS (Side-Angle-Side)** **ASA (Angle-Side-Angle)** **AAS (Angle-Angle-Side)**

## What does corresponding mean in math?

**When two lines are crossed by another line (which is called the Transversal), the angles in matching corners** are called corresponding angles. Example: a and e are corresponding angles. When the two lines are parallel Corresponding Angles are equal.

## What do corresponding angles look like?

Video quote: *And corresponding angles all right when we talked about corresponding angles corresponding angles were like they weren't just interior exterior but one was interior and one was exterior.*

## What are corresponding sides in geometry?

Corresponding sides are **the sides that are in the same position in any different 2-dimensional shapes**. For any two polygons to be congruent, they must have exactly the same shape and size. This means that all their interior angles and their corresponding sides must be the same measure.

## Do corresponding angles add up to 180?

Corresponding angles can be supplementary if the transversal intersects two parallel lines perpendicularly (i.e. at 90 degrees). In such case, each of the corresponding angles will be 90 degrees and **their sum will add up to 180 degrees** (i.e. supplementary).

## What are the corresponding angles in a triangle?

Important Notes on Corresponding Angles

When two parallel lines are intersected by a third one, **the angles that occupy the same relative position at each intersection** are called corresponding angles to each other. Corresponding angles are congruent to each other.

## Which is the corresponding angle to ∠ 1?

∠2 ≅ ∠60° since they are corresponding angles, and m and n are parallel. ∠1 and ∠2 form a straight angle, so∠1=**120°**.

## What are the corresponding vertices?

Specifically, the vertices of each triangle must have a one-to-one correspondence. This phrase means that **the measure of each side and angle of each triangle corresponds to a side or angle of the other triangle**.

## Are corresponding angles equal or supplementary?

As a consequence of Euclid’s parallel postulate, if the two lines are parallel, consecutive interior angles are supplementary, **corresponding angles are equal**, and alternate angles are equal.

## What are corresponding angles 7?

CBSE NCERT Notes Class 7 Maths Lines and Angles. The relationships between angles when a pair of parallel line is intersected by a transversal are: **Pairs of corresponding angles are equal**. Pairs of alternate interior angles are equal.

## Which of the following is a pair of corresponding angles?

Corresponding angles are congruent. All angles that have the same position with regards to the parallel lines and the transversal are corresponding pairs e.g. **3 + 7, 4 + 8 and 2 + 6**.

## Why are corresponding angles equal?

Corresponding angles are equal **if the transversal intersects two parallel lines**. If the transversal intersects non-parallel lines, the corresponding angles formed are not congruent and are not related in any way.

## Are corresponding sides equal?

Two triangles are said to be similar if their corresponding angles are congruent and **the corresponding sides are in proportion** . In other words, similar triangles are the same shape, but not necessarily the same size. The triangles are congruent if, in addition to this, their corresponding sides are of equal length.

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