# Transversal angles

## Lesson details

### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will learn how to explore intersections formed with two lines and a transversal, and understand how to identify vertically opposite angles.

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## Starter quiz

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
The definition of a 'parallel line' is...
Lines that go on forever
Lines that intersect at a 32 degree angle
Lines that intersect at a 90 degree angle
Correct answer: Lines that never intersect
Q2.
Is it possible to draw a hexagon with three pairs of parallel sides?
No
Q3.
Is it possible to draw a triangle with a pair of parallel sides?
Yes
Q4.
If I draw a pair of lines and they both form a 70 degree angle with the horizontal, are they parallel?
No
Q5.
If I draw a pair of lines and one line forms a 20 degree angle with the horizontal, and the other forms a 20.01 degree line with the horizontal, are they parallel?
Yes

## Exit quiz

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
The space BETWEEN two lines is called the...
Exterior region
Intersection
Transversal
Q2.
The space OUTSIDE two lines is called the...
Interior region
Intersection
Transversal
Q3.
If a third line crosses these two lines, as in the previous questions, this is called the...
Exterior region
Interior region
Intersection
Q4.
The point at which two (or more) lines cross is called the...
Exterior region
Interior region