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Look at picture.

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  1. anonymous
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    Picture being drawn. Please wait! :)

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    |dw:1328073246015:dw|

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    m<1=?; m<6=?

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    110

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    m<2=?; m<7=?

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    Yes, that is 110

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    if you have 2 parallel lines intersected by another line, then the opposite interior angles are the same

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    where is 2?

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    7=70

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    m<3=?; m<8=? m<4=?; m<9=? m<5=?; m<10 |dw:1328073568415:dw|

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    the angle of a straight line is 180 so is you have a line intersecting it, the you have a+b=180 where a is one angle and b is the other

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    m<1=?; m<6=? m<2=?; m<7=? m<3=?; m<8=? m<4=?; m<9=? m<5=?; m<10 Okay, I'm down with <7 but the rest, I'm totally lost.

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    <3 = 110 <4=70

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    3=110 4=70 5=70 8=110 9=70 10=70

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    <5,9 =70

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    How is angle 9 70 degrees?

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    OH vertical angles.

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    |dw:1328073708076:dw|

  19. anonymous
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    the 2 angles labeled are opposite interior angles

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    What about angle 1?

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    Oh so that's 110 degrees?

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    it would be 110. also an opposite interior angle

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    yes

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    Thank you so much!

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    yw

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