Geometry is basically the study of different properties of point, line and plane.

Angles:

Right angle: An angle of 90° is called a right angle.

Acute angle: An angle of less than 90° is called an acute angle.

Obtuse angle: An angle of greater than 90° is called an obtuse angle.

Reflex angle: An angle of greater than 180° is called reflex angle.

Complementary angles: If the sum of the two angles is 90°, then they are called complementary angles.

Supplementary angles: If the sum of the two angles is 180°, then they are called supplementary angles.

Angle Relations:

$\angle $a = $\angle $c and $\angle $b = $\angle $d

a, c and b, d are vertically opposite angles.

Angles in parallel lines: If a transversal intersects two parallel lines:

a. each pair of consecutive interior angles are supplementary.

$\angle $4 + $\angle $5 = 180°

$\angle $3 + $\angle $6 = 180°

b. each pair of alternate interior angles are equal.

$\angle $5 =$\angle $3, $\angle $6 = $\angle $4

$\angle $5 = $\angle $3 =$\angle $1 =$\angle $7

$\angle $6 = $\angle $4 = $\angle $2 = $\angle $8

Collinear: Three or more than three points are said to be collinear, if there is a line which contains them

all.

Concurrent: Three or more than three lines are said to be concurrent, if there is a point which lies on them

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In the above diagram, $\displaystyle\frac{{AB}}{{BC}} = \frac{{DE}}{{EF}}$ or $\displaystyle\frac{{AC}}{{BC}} = \frac{{DF}}{{EF}}$

1. In the adjoining figure, find $\angle $ C.

Sol: $\angle $ E = 180 - 120 = 60

$\angle $ E + $\angle $ X + $\angle $ F = 180 $ \Rightarrow $ 60 + 50 + F = 180 $ \Rightarrow $ F = 70

Now $\angle $ G = 180 - F = 110.

As AB // CD, $\angle $G = $\angle $C

So $\angle $C = 110

Sol: As C // E, $\angle $B = $\angle $Y

Angles:

Right angle: An angle of 90° is called a right angle.

Acute angle: An angle of less than 90° is called an acute angle.

Obtuse angle: An angle of greater than 90° is called an obtuse angle.

Reflex angle: An angle of greater than 180° is called reflex angle.

Complementary angles: If the sum of the two angles is 90°, then they are called complementary angles.

Supplementary angles: If the sum of the two angles is 180°, then they are called supplementary angles.

Angle Relations:

**Vertically opposite angles:**If two lines intersect each other, then the vertically opposite angles are equal.$\angle $a = $\angle $c and $\angle $b = $\angle $d

a, c and b, d are vertically opposite angles.

Angles in parallel lines: If a transversal intersects two parallel lines:

a. each pair of consecutive interior angles are supplementary.

$\angle $4 + $\angle $5 = 180°

$\angle $3 + $\angle $6 = 180°

b. each pair of alternate interior angles are equal.

$\angle $5 =$\angle $3, $\angle $6 = $\angle $4

$\angle $5 = $\angle $3 =$\angle $1 =$\angle $7

$\angle $6 = $\angle $4 = $\angle $2 = $\angle $8

Collinear: Three or more than three points are said to be collinear, if there is a line which contains them

all.

Concurrent: Three or more than three lines are said to be concurrent, if there is a point which lies on them

all.

**Proportionality Theorem:**In the above diagram, $\displaystyle\frac{{AB}}{{BC}} = \frac{{DE}}{{EF}}$ or $\displaystyle\frac{{AC}}{{BC}} = \frac{{DF}}{{EF}}$

**Solved Examples:**1. In the adjoining figure, find $\angle $ C.

__If AB // CD__Now $\angle $ G = 180 - F = 110.

As AB // CD, $\angle $G = $\angle $C

So $\angle $C = 110

2. Find the value of x in following figure.

Sol: As C // E, $\angle $B = $\angle $Y

Also $\angle $Y + $\angle $Z = 180 $ \Rightarrow $ $\angle $Z = 180 - 130 = 50

Now in $\Delta $ AGF, $\angle $A + $\angle $Z + $\angle $X = 180 $ \Rightarrow $ $\angle $X = 180 - 20 - 50 = 110

3. Find $\angle $OBD in the given figure. It is given that EC || AO.

Sol: From the diagram, in $\Delta $OBD, 110 + 20 + $\angle $B = 180 $ \Rightarrow $ $\angle $B = 50

4. If the two lines n and m are parallel, then find the value of $\phi $ in the given figure.

Sol: Draw a parellel to n. Now from the diagram $\phi $ = 50 + 30 = 80 (Alternate interior angles are equal)

Alternate method: you can also solve this problem by calculating interior angles of the triangle.

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