In geometry, a transversal is a line that passes through two or more other lines in the same plane at different points. When the lines are parallel, as is often the case, a transversal produces several congruent and several supplementary angles. When three lines in general position that form a triangle are cut by a transversal, the lengths of the six resulting segments satisfy Menelaus’ theorem. Read mora on – Wikipedia

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