# corresponding angles

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Related to corresponding angles: Alternate angles, Adjacent Angles

## cor′respond′ing an′gles

n.pl.
two nonadjacent angles made by the crossing of two lines by a third line, one angle being interior, the other exterior, and both being on the same side of the third line.
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Here [[beta].sub.0] and [[phi].sub.0] are the values of the corresponding angles at the initial moment of time t = 0.
The index i = 1, ..., 4 used for the angles, denotes the corresponding angles for the seismic isolator fixed in E, F, G, and H, respectively.
When a coordinate pair is searched in the dictionary, the pair that has the lowest Euclidian distance to the searched pair is considered as the best match and corresponding angles are used to construct the joint angle.
Since currently a dynamic tracking of the object is not yet implemented, the trajectory and the corresponding angles are calculated and set in advance.
The transformation from the graphene sheet to the three-dimensional cone leads to a relation between the corresponding angles as follows:
Relationships between the sides of the triangle, corresponding angles and the radius of the circumscribed circle are very useful in applications.
The slope distances from the eye to the top of the tree (Ll) and eye to the base of the tree (L2), shown below, are measured with the infrared laser rangefinder and the corresponding angles (al, a2) are measured with the clinometer or a tilt sensor.
Specifically, the teacher highlights the ideas that: (1) each of the corresponding angles was congruent and (2) each of the corresponding side lengths was multiplied by 1.5 (using the smaller side lengths as the base unit).
Goerz used a similar glossmeter as Jones and Shook, but the corresponding angles were 60[degrees] and--30[degrees] (relative to the normal), respectively (8).
The values of [G.sub.Ic] of the critical strain energy release rate of glass/epoxy specimens by 2.8, 2.76, 1.78 and 2.21 times are greater if compared with the [G.sub.Ic] values of carbon/epoxy specimens using NL criterion at the corresponding angles of layer reinforcement in delamination area: 0//0, 0//90, 0//+ 45 ir + 45//- 45.
If another line intersects them, the degrees of corresponding angles formed by the intersecting line and the given parallel lines at the same position are the same.

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