Rules of Geometry - Rules of Geometry two lines are said to...

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Rules of Geometry - two lines are said to be parallel only when their point of intersection is/are : none - in a triange, interior opposite angle is always less than : the exterior angle - sum of the 2 interior opposite angles of a triangle is always equal to : exterior angle - sum of all the interior angles of a pentagon is equal to : 540 - in a traingle, the sum of the 2 angles is equal to the thrid angle, considering interior angles only, then the triangle is : right angled - sum of the interior angles of a polygon having n sides is equal to : (2n-4)90 degrees - 2 sides of a triangle are unequal. the angle just opposite to the larger side is : greater than the angle opposite the smaller side - the angle made by the altitute of a triangle with the side on which it is drwan is equal to : 90 degrees - one angle of a triangle is greater than the other. the side opposite to it is : greater than the side opposite to the other - sum of squares on 2 perpendicular sides of a right angled triangle is equal to the square on the : hypotenuse - in a parallelogram, the opposite angles are : equal - a regualr hexagon has been inscribed in a circle. the area of the hexagon will be: less than the area of the circle. - when the bisector of any angle is perpendicular to the opposite side, then the triangle is : equilateral - if 2 || lines are intersected by a traversal, then the bisectors of the interior angels so formed make a : rectangle - each angle of a complementary set of angles must be : acute
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