One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Two angles, not adjoining one another, that are formed on opposite sides of a line that intersects two other lines. If the original two lines are parallel, the alternate angles are equal.
- ‘The cross-ply tyre is made up of superimposed layers of textile cord running at alternate angles from bead to bead.’
- ‘So in the figure above, as you move points A or B, the two alternate angles shown always have the same measure.’
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