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Lines l and m are parallel and are cut by the transversal shown. Determine the measures of angles 1 through 7. Include correct units with each part of your solution. Please see attachment.

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    can't open this format

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    same >_<

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    can u resend with difference format?

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    ok hold on

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    now try

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    blank

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    I don't see either

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    let me send my

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    now try

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    it works

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    just opened it.

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    ok I see now

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    u want find each angle?

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    yeah that is what i have to do according to the questions.

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    <7 <1,<3 =137 180-137=43 <5,<6,<2,<4 = 43

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    \[<1\approx<7,<4\approx<7\]Alternate interior angle

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    <7 and <4 are supplementary call Consecutive interior angles

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    <5 and <1 are supplementary call Consecutive interior

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    <2 and <6 call Alternate Exterior angles

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    ok thank you i understand now. thank you again.

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