vertical angles


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vertical angles

pl n
(Mathematics) geometry the pair of equal angles between a pair of intersecting lines; opposite angles. Also called: vertically opposite angles

ver·ti·cal angles

(vûr′tĭ-kəl)
Two angles formed by two intersecting lines and lying on opposite sides of the point of intersection.
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the distance 5 from the measured point to the plane, in the given horizontal and vertical angles, should be zero.
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We modeled a number of scenarios using faster or slower impacts and more shallow or more vertical angles.
Difference consists of calibrating the instrument when the instrument itself is positioned in the vertical direction from which horizontal and vertical angles must be measured.
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Airplane pilots would achieve more consistent and better results if they focused more on the vertical angles to the runway and touchdown down point and less on horizontal distances.
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