Lines and Angles Class 9


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Lines and Angles Class 9

CBSE Class 9 Maths Lines and Angles Notes:-Download PDF Here

Lines and Angles for class 9 notes are provided here. The complete notes on lines and angles are given, which covers the various concepts such as parallel lines, transversal, angles, intersecting lines, interior angles are explained with the examples. Go through the below article to learn about lines and angles.

Parallel lines with a transversal

  • 1=5,2=6,4=8 and 3=7(Corresponding angles)
  • 3=5,4=6 (Alternate interior angles)
  • 1=7,2=8 (Alternate exterior angles)

Lines parallel to the same line

Lines that are parallel to the same line are also parallel to each other.

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Introduction to Geometry

Angles and types of angles

When 2 rays originate from the same point at different directions, they form an angle.

–    The rays are called arms and the common point is called the vertex
–    Types of angles : (i) Acute angle 0<a<90
(ii) Right angle a=90
(iii) Obtuse angle : 90<a<180
(iv) Straight angle =180
(v) Reflex Angle 180<a<360
(vi) Angles that add up to 90 are complementary angles
(vii) Angles that add up to 180 are called supplementary angles.

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Intersecting Lines and Associated Angles

Intersecting and Non-Intersecting lines

  • When 2 lines meet at a point they are called intersecting
  • When 2 lines never meet at a point, they are called non-intersecting or parallel lines

Adjacent angles

2 angles are adjacent if they have the same vertex and one common point.

Linear Pair

When 2 adjacent angles are supplementary, i.e they form a straight line (add up to 180), they are called a linear pair.

Vertically opposite angles

When two lines intersect at a point, they form equal angles that are vertically opposite to each other.

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Basic Properties of a Triangle

Triangle and sum of its internal angles

Sum of all angles of a triangle add up to 180

An exterior angle of a triangle = sum of opposite internal angles

– If a side of a triangle is produced, then the exterior angle so formed is equal to the sum of the two interior opposite angles


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