# Which angles are corresponding angles?

**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.

People also ask, which pair of angles are corresponding angles?

When a line (called a transversal) intersects a **pair** of parallel lines, **corresponding angles** are formed. **Corresponding angles** are **angles** that are in the same relative position at an intersection of a transversal and at least two lines. If the two lines are parallel then the **corresponding angles** are congruent.

Also, are corresponding angles equal to 180? **Corresponding angles** are **equal**. d and f are interior **angles**. These add up to **180** degrees (e and c are also interior). Any two **angles** that add up to **180** degrees are known as supplementary **angles**.

Similarly one may ask, what is the difference between vertical angles and corresponding angles?

In review, **vertical angles** are **angles** formed by the intersection of two lines while alternate interior **angles**, alternate exterior **angles**, **corresponding angles** and consecutive interior **angles** are formed by the intersection of two lines and a transversal.

What are the 5 types of angles?

**Types of Angles** - Acute, Right, Obtuse, Straight and Reflex Anlges.