Parallel lines
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What are parallel lines?
The transversal
FUZX
The Z Rule (Alternate Angles)
The X Rule (Vertically Opposite Angles)
The F Rule (Corresponding Angles)
The U Rule (Cointerior Angles)
Example 1
Example 2
Example 3
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Parallel lines
Geometry (Year 9)
Year 9
This video looks at the amazing properties of parallel lines and a single transversal (a line which passes through two other lines). I look at how the angles which are created can be identified and found using the FUZX rules! Which, in real Maths speak would otherwise be known as, Vertically Opposite Angles, Cointerior Angles, Corresponding Angles and Alternate Angles. Phew! Such long words! There are lots of worked examples all explained in an easy to understand way
Published: Sept. 17, 2021
Length: 17 mins and 34 seconds
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