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### Intersecting Lines and Angle Measures

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- Lines are always straight and never ending
- When two or more lines cross each other, they are intersecting lines
- An angle has two sides and a vertex
- The degree of the angle is the angle measure
- Acute angles are less than 90 degrees
- Right angles are 90 degrees
- Obtuse angles are greater than 90 degrees
- Vertical angles: Two opposite angles formed by intersecting lines
- Adjacent angles: Angles next to each other and have a common vertex and side
- Complementary angles: Two angles that add up to 90 degrees
- Supplementary angles: Two angles that add up to 180 degrees

### Intersecting Lines and Angle Measures

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- Intro 0:00
- Intersecting Lines 0:07
- Properties of Lines
- When Two Lines Cross Each Other
- Angles 2:56
- Properties of Angles: Sides, Vertex, and Measure
- Classifying Angles 7:18
- Acute Angle
- Right Angle
- Obtuse Angle
- Angle Relationships 8:56
- Vertical Angles
- Adjacent Angles
- Complementary Angles
- Supplementary Angles
- Extra Example 1: Lines 16:00
- Extra Example 2: Angles 18:22
- Extra Example 3: Angle Relationships 20:05
- Extra Example 4: Name the Measure of Angles 21:11

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### Transcription: Intersecting Lines and Angle Measures

*Welcome back to Educator.com.*0000

*For the next lesson, we are going to go over intersecting lines and angle measures.*0002

*Remember a line is always straight and it is never ending.*0009

*Meaning it goes on forever; that is what these arrows are for.*0015

*It shows that it is going on forever this way and that way.*0017

*To name a line, we can use the points that are on the line.*0023

*To name a line using the points, we need at least two points.*0031

*Here point A and point B; can write it as A, B.*0035

*Then you are going to draw a little line above it like that.*0045

*That shows line AB.*0049

*Because it doesn't matter which way it is going,*0052

*whether I name it AB or BA, I am still talking about the same line.*0055

*It goes on forever in both directions.*0063

*I can also say BA with a line over it to show that it is a line.*0067

*This is how you represent, how you name this line.*0074

*This whole thing is also called L; I can also name this as line L.*0081

*When you usually name a line, it is usually in cursive.*0092

*That is why it is a cursive L; line L.*0095

*Three ways; AB using the points, two points on the line.*0098

*AB with the line above, AB; or BA, same thing.*0104

*Or if the whole thing has a name L, then you can just call it line L.*0110

*When you have two lines that are intersecting or two lines*0119

*that cross each other like this, they are intersecting lines.*0121

*They are two lines that intersect; they intersect at point P.*0126

*This is a point; that is the point where they touch; that is point P.*0129

*This is line L; line N.*0136

*For this, you can also name this as line CD; line DC just like we did here.*0140

*But P is also on that line; I can also name this as line PD; PD with a line above it.*0148

*That can also be used to name this line; just any two points on that line.*0157

*If I say line CD or line PD, I am talking about the same line.*0164

*It doesn't matter which one.*0169

*Again that is intersecting lines, when they cross each other.*0172

*For angles, this right here is an angle; B is a point on one side.*0178

*C is a point on the other side of the angle; there is two sides.*0189

*This point right here where those two sides meet, that is the vertex.*0194

*That is called the vertex; point A is the vertex of that angle.*0197

*When I name this angle, I can say angle; that just shows an angle.*0204

*I use the points; I need three points on this angle.*0211

*If I just say BC, then that doesn't tell me what angle I am talking about.*0216

*Or that doesn't even give me an angle; I have to say BAC; angle BAC.*0220

*Again if you are going to use points to represent the name of an angle, then you have to use three points.*0230

*I can also say angle CAB.*0239

*Make sure your angle is going like that; it is not going like this.*0249

*If you noticed for these two names, both of these, A the vertex is the middle point.*0255

*It is BAC; angle CAB; I can't say angle BCA.*0263

*Angle BCA is not the correct name for it.*0269

*Angle BCA, that is not a name for this angle.*0272

*The vertex has to be the middle point when you name it.*0278

*Another name, just like the previous slide where we had line L,*0286

*the name of the line was L so we can also name it line L.*0292

*For this one, if it says 1, usually the angles, if there is a name for it, it is a number.*0297

*That number 1 right there, that is talking about this angle.*0306

*So I can also say angle 1.*0309

*The degree of an angle is the angle measure.*0318

*Measure is talking about how narrow or how wide open the angle is.*0322

*This right here, if I say this is a 90 degree angle, it is a perfect right angle.*0333

*Meaning this is vertical and this is horizontal.*0339

*This little box right here says that it is a 90 degree angle.*0344

*This is 90; to represent degree is a little dot right there.*0348

*That is 90 degrees.*0354

*If I have a straight line, a straight line measures 180 degrees*0356

*because it is like 90 and then it is another 90.*0367

*If I were to draw a 90 degree angle from here, it will be half way.*0370

*This is 90; this is 90; together it makes 180.*0373

*If I start from here and I go all the way around a full circle, that is 360.*0383

*You can also use this to represent a 360.*0392

*This right here was 180; that is 180.*0400

*This again is 180; together it is 360.*0404

*All of it together, the whole full circle going all the way around,*0408

*from starting point and then going all the way back to that same point, it is 360 degrees.*0411

*Again right angle is 90.*0418

*Two right angles make a straight line; that is 180 degrees.*0420

*Two straight lines, going this way and then going another this way, is 360.*0426

*That is a full circle; a full circle is always 360 degrees.*0430

*There is three types of angles when it comes to classifying.*0440

*The three types would be acute angle... this is when...*0444

*Remember this is a 90 degree angle; that is a 90 degree angle.*0450

*Acute angle has to be smaller than a right angle.*0458

*It has to be smaller than 90; this is less than 90 degrees.*0463

*That makes up an acute angle.*0472

*Right angle we know is perfectly 90 degrees.*0475

*An angle that is greater than 90, greater than 90 degrees, is called an obtuse angle.*0484

*The right angle would be like that right there; this is 90.*0496

*It is going more than 90; it has to be bigger than 90.*0502

*These are the three types of angles.*0506

*So that you don't confuse the acute angle with the obtuse angle, we know a right angle is perfectly 90.*0510

*Acute angle and an obtuse angle; notice how the acute angle is a lot smaller than the obtuse angle.*0515

*Acute angles are small; they are smaller than 90.*0521

*Think of it as a cute angle because it is small.*0524

*Acute angles are small; obtuse angles are big; three types of angles.*0529

*When we compare two different angles to each other, some angles have a relationship.*0541

*The first angle relationship is a vertical angle.*0551

*If we have intersecting lines, two lines that are intersecting, there is four angles that are formed.*0557

*We have this angle, this angle, this angle, and this angle.*0564

*There is four angles that are formed by intersecting lines.*0567

*When you look at the opposite angles, the top one and the bottom one, those are called vertical angles.*0570

*Remember when we talked about how to name angles.*0578

*This is angle 1; this is angle 2.*0582

*We can name angles by using the points on the angle.*0587

*Or if it is labelled as 1, 2, then we can say that that is angle 1 and this is angle 2.*0589

*This is different; don't get it confused with angle measure.*0597

*Because angle measure, that is how many degrees that angle is and it has that little degree sign.*0599

*This is not degrees; it is not 1 degree.*0609

*It is angle 1; this is angle 2.*0611

*Angle 1 and angle 2 are vertical angles; that is the relationship between the two.*0615

*Again if they are intersecting lines and then they are opposite, this one and this one are vertical angles.*0620

*This one and this one are also vertical angles.*0626

*If this is angle 3, this is angle 4, then angles 3 and 4 would also be vertical angles.*0631

*The next type of relationship is called adjacent angles.*0638

*Adjacent, think of it as next to.*0643

*They are angles that are next to each other.*0647

*They have to have a common vertex and side; they share two things.*0650

*The vertex, we know that a vertex is this part right here.*0655

*That is the vertex; they have to have the same vertex and a side.*0658

*Angles 1 and 2 here are adjacent because they are next to each other.*0666

*This is the vertex of angle 1; this is the vertex of angle 2.*0671

*They have the same vertex; and they share a side.*0675

*This is the side that they share; these would be adjacent angles.*0679

*Adjacent angles don't always have to be from intersecting lines.*0686

*If I have let's say like this, angles 1 and 2, these would be adjacent angles*0690

*because they share the same vertex and the same side and they are next to each other.*0701

*Same vertex; same side; angles 1 and 2 here are also adjacent.*0708

*Complementary angles.*0715

*Complementary angles are two angles that when you add them together becomes 90.*0717

*It has to be 90 for it to be complementary.*0723

*Again two angles that add up to 90 degrees.*0727

*Here angle 1 and angle 2, if you add them together, it is going to become 90 degrees.*0730

*If I were to take this angle and place it so that it is like this, this would be angle 1.*0737

*See how it forms a right angle; 90 degrees is a right angle.*0746

*Any two angles that add up to 90; they don't all have to be adjacent.*0752

*It doesn't have to be like this for it to be complementary.*0755

*I can have one angle here; I can have another angle over here somewhere.*0758

*As long as they add up to 90 degrees, they would be complementary angles.*0767

*Supplementary angles are any two angles that add up to 180.*0775

*Here angle 1 and angle 2 would add up to 180.*0782

*If I were to put it together, notice how they would line up to be a straight line.*0786

*This is angle 1; this is angle 2.*0796

*If you add them together, see how this would be a straight line, 180 degrees.*0799

*Remember how we said if I have a straight line, it is as if I have two 90 degree angles.*0806

*This is 90; this is 90; together they add up to 180.*0817

*A straight line is 180.*0822

*If I have two angles that form a straight line, then they are supplementary angles.*0825

*They don't have to be together; they don't have to be adjacent.*0834

*They can be just like the complementary angles.*0838

*They can be two angles that are split; one angle here, one angle over there.*0841

*As long as they add up 180, they are supplementary angles.*0847

*Again two angles that are opposite to each other when they are*0851

*formed by intersecting lines are called vertical angles.*0855

*Angles 1 and 2, since they are opposite angles, they are vertical.*0859

*Adjacent angles are two angles that are next to each other.*0865

*They have to share a common vertex and a side.*0869

*An example of nonadjacent angles, meaning two angles that are not adjacent, would be like that.*0873

*This is angle 1; this is angle 2.*0883

*Even though they are next to each other, they are not adjacent because they don't share the same vertex.*0886

*This is the vertex of angle 1; this is the vertex of angle 2.*0892

*For this, this is not adjacent.*0897

*They have to be next to each other and share the same vertex.*0901

*Complementary angles are two angles that add up to 90 whether they are together, adjacent, or not.*0908

*Supplementary angles are two angles that add up to 180 whether or not they are adjacent.*0916

*To remember between complementary and supplementary, C comes before S in the alphabet.*0923

*C, A-B-C, and then S is way down there; C comes before the S.*0932

*90 comes before 180 if you were to count; 90 comes before 180.*0937

*C before S; 90 before 180.*0943

*C, complementary angles are 90 degree angles; supplementary are 180.*0946

*That is just one way for you to remember between complementary and supplementary.*0953

*Our examples, the first one, write two other names for AB, line AB.*0961

*Line AB is this line right here.*0969

*To find two other names... I didn't label them; this is L, N, and P.*0974

*Here I can say, since that is AB, I need to find two other names.*0987

*I can say BA; line BA; that is one other name.*0995

*Then I can say line P; line P.*1002

*Again the names for lines are usually in cursive; line BA and line P.*1009

*Name two intersecting lines; line AB and line AC are intersecting.*1020

*Line AB with line DE is intersecting.*1030

*I can also say line P with line L or line P with line N; any of those.*1036

*But just make sure that it is not line AC with line DE.*1043

*They could intersect eventually because remember these lines are never ending.*1049

*They go on forever; if they are not parallel, eventually they can meet sometime.*1053

*But in this diagram, it doesn't show them intersecting.*1062

*We can just say line AB with a line; this one with line maybe DE.*1067

*You can also say BE; it doesn't matter; DE; any two points on the line.*1079

*DE; those are two intersecting lines; I can also say line P with line L.*1085

*Classify each angle and name the relationship between the two.*1103

*This angle; classify, remember there is three types of angles.*1108

*The acute angle, a right angle, and obtuse angle; this is less than 90.*1111

*I know that because a 90 degree angle is a right angle; that is 90.*1118

*This would be an acute angle.*1125

*This one is greater than 90; it is 135 degrees.*1133

*That is definitely greater; this is an obtuse angle.*1139

*The relationship between these two, I know they are not vertical; they are not adjacent.*1147

*They are probably either going to be complementary or supplementary.*1155

*Let's add these up; this one, 45 degrees plus 135 degrees.*1158

*135 plus 45; 7, 8; they add up to 180 degrees.*1169

*Because they add up to 180, that would make them supplementary angles.*1182

*If they were to add up to 90, then that would be complementary angles.*1199

*The next one, determine the angle relationship between the pair of angles.*1206

*The first is angle 1 or angle 2.*1210

*Again be careful that these are not the angle measures.*1215

*There is no way that this can be 1 degree, 2 degrees.*1218

*These are the names of the angles.*1222

*This angle and this angle here, what is the relationship between them?*1226

*They are next to each other; they share the same vertex and a side.*1233

*These are adjacent; adjacent angles.*1237

*The next one, angle 3 and angle 4, see how they are opposite angles.*1247

*They are formed by intersecting lines; these are vertical; vertical angles.*1254

*The fourth example, name the measure of angle 1; here we have a right angle.*1274

*This angle along with this angle together form that right angle.*1284

*I want to find the angle of this measure right here.*1290

*I know this whole thing is 90.*1292

*If I take 90 and I subtract the 50, don't I get measure of angle 1?*1297

*I can say the measure of angle 1... a shortcut for me to say that is measure of angle 1.*1303

*You know angle 1 is like that.*1310

*But when I am talking about the angle measure, the degrees, then I could put M for measure.*1312

*This just says measure of angle 1; I am talking about the number of degrees.*1320

*Measure of angle 1 plus... this is 50 degrees.*1327

*Together, if I add them together, it becomes 90 degrees.*1335

*How do I solve for measure of angle 1?--I can subtract 50.*1341

*That way measure of angle 1 is 40 degrees.*1348

*This is 40; this is 50; together they add up to 90.*1354

*We know that these two angles are adjacent because they are next to each other.*1360

*They share the same vertex and a side.*1364

*They are also complementary because they add up to 90.*1367

*This angle with this angle together are complementary angles.*1372

*Here straight line.*1377

*That means together measure of angle 1 plus 83 degrees has to add up to 180 degrees.*1381

*Straight line is always 180.*1391

*Again I am going to put measure of angle 1 plus...*1394

*This angle plus this angle, 83 degrees, equals a total of 180 degrees.*1400

*I am going to subtract the 83 degrees.*1411

*Measure of angle 1 is... this is 97 degrees.*1417

*Here these two we know are supplementary because they add up to 180.*1434

*90 so they are complementary; 180 so they are supplementary.*1443

*These are also adjacent angles; they are next to each other; same vertex, side; adjacent.*1447

*That is it for this lesson; thank you for watching Educator.com.*1455

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Post by Rowena Vittali on August 24, 2015

How to find and compare the measure of the angles?

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Last reply by: Professor Pyo

Thu Jan 2, 2014 4:18 PM

Post by David Martinuk on December 3, 2013

wouldn't angle 3 and angle 4 be horizontal angles not vertical.