Definition of

Consecutive Interior Angles

Consecutive Interior Angles
When two lines are crossed by another line (which is called the Transversal), the pairs of angles:
• on one side of the transversal
• but inside the two lines
are called Consecutive Interior Angles.

d and f are Consecutive Interior Angles.
c and e are Consecutive Interior Angles.

When the two lines are parallel, any pair of Consecutive Interior Angles add to 180 degrees.

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