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A triangle has one side and the two adjacent angles, equal to one side and the two adjacent angles in another triangle, each to each, the two triangles are equal. In equal triangles the equal angles are opposite 8. to the equal sides. 9 If two straight lines are perpendicular to a third line, they are parallel to 10. If two or so as to make the each other. lines are cut by a third intersection of a third line, equal to two line at equal angles, make the alternate angles equal, or so as to sum of the two interior angles formed by the two right angles, the lines are parallel.