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Imagine a transversal intersecting two parallel lines. If the slope of the transversal is changed to decrease one of the angles at the intersection by one hundred twelve degrees, what happens to the adjacent angle?
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increases by sixtyeight degrees
decreases by one hundred twelve degrees
increases by one hundred twelve degrees
decreases by sixtyeight degrees
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Imagine a transversal intersecting two parallel lines. If the slope of the transversal is changed to decrease one of the angles at the intersection by one hundred twelve degrees, what happens to the adjacent angle? Answer increases by sixtyeight degrees decreases by one hundred twelve degrees increases by one hundred twelve degrees decreases by sixtyeight degrees
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