One of the angles formed at the intersection of two straight lines is 124 degrees. Find the degrees of the remaining angles.

When two straight lines intersect, four angles are formed, two vertical angles, which are equal to each other, the sum of all four angles is 360 degrees. From the condition of the problem, it is known that one of the angles is 124 degrees, then the other angle will be equal to 124 degrees.
1. What is the sum of the other two angles?
360 – (124 + 124) = 360 – 248 = 112 degrees.
2. Find out what each of the angles is equal to.
112/2 = 56 degrees.
Answer: When two straight lines intersect, two angles of 124 degrees and two angles of 56 degrees are formed.

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