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PLEASE CHECK TO SEE IF THIS IS RIGHT The figure below shows a parallelogram ABCD. The flow chart with missing reason proves that consecutive angles of a parallelogram add to 180°. Which reason can be used to fill in the blank spaces? Alternate interior angles are congruent. Definition of a parallelogram Same side interior angles theorem Definition of supplementary angles

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Sorry, my answer was definition of supplementary angles.
Both blanks have the same reason. If a transversal passes though two parallel lines, then the sum of the angles on the same side of the transversal would be 180 degrees.

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Do you need an explanation or that's it?
No. So is that correct?
What ? My answer? Yes that is.
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