# Angles Formed by Parallel Lines and a Transversal (RHS)

- Author:
- Katy Zetah, Brian Connor

- Topic:
- Angles

This applet shows the relationships between angles formed by a pair of parallel lines and a transversal.

## Corresponding Angles

There are 4 sets of corresponding angles. Click each one. Make sure you are also moving the blue points as you try out the 4 sets of corresponding angles

- What do you notice about the size of the angles?
- What do you notice about the location of the corresponding angles?

## Same Side Interior

There are 2 sets of same side interior angles. Click each one. Make sure you are also moving the blue points as you try out the 2 sets of same side interior angles.

- What do you notice about the size of the angles?
- What do you notice about the location of the same side interior angles?

## Alternate Interior Angles

There are 2 sets of alternate interior angles. Click each one. Make sure you are also moving the blue points as you try out the 2 sets of alternate interior angles.

- What do you notice about the size of the angles?
- What do you notice about the location of the alternate interior angles?

## Alternate Exterior Angles

There are 2 sets of alternate exterior angles. Click each one. Make sure you are also moving the blue points as you try out the 2 sets of same side interior angles.