interior angle

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interior angle

1. an angle of a polygon contained between two adjacent sides
2. any of the four angles made by a transversal that lie inside the region between the two intersected lines

interior angle

[in′tir·ē·ər ′aŋ·gəl]
(mathematics)
An angle between two adjacent sides of a polygon that lies within the polygon.
For a line (called the transversal) that intersects two other lines, an angle between the transversal and one of the two lines that lies within the space between the two lines.
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Suppose that [alpha], [beta] and [gamma] are the interior angles of a triangle.
Since f is not a TPF there exists a triangle with interior angles [alpha], [beta] and [gamma] such that f([alpha]), f([beta]) and f([gamma]) will not be the lengths of the sides of any triangle.
Now suppose that [alpha], [beta] and [gamma] are the interior angles of a triangle labeled so that f([alpha]) [greater than or equal to] f([beta]) [greater than or equal to] f([gamma]).
Let [alpha], [beta] and [gamma] be the interior angles of a triangle labeled so that g([alpha]) [greater than or equal to] g([beta]) [greater than or equal to] g([gamma]).

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