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pratu043

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Prove that two lines respectively perpendicular to two other parallel lines are parallel to each other.

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  1. ramya25
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  3. pratu043
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    ok .....

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  5. ramya25
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    l || m & p is a transversal => \(\angle A \ cogruent \ to \ \angle B\)

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  7. ramya25
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    by corresponding angles postulate

  8. pratu043
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    So p should be parallel to q.

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    thanks!!

  10. ramya25
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    No problem you're welcome :)

  11. ramya25
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    Remember : If you are proving you must show the steps how you stated all of them are congruent

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