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KierseyClemons

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  1. KierseyClemons
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  2. Falkqwer
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    The angles in matching corners are called Corresponding Angles.

  3. Falkqwer
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    So 1 and 5

  4. KierseyClemons
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    oh crap that was the wrong one lol

  5. Falkqwer
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    what was the right one?

  6. KierseyClemons
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    it was suppose to be this one I apologize

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    The pairs of angles on opposite sides of the transversal but outside the two lines are called Alternate Exterior Angles.

  8. Falkqwer
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    Its one and seven 1/7

  9. Falkqwer
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    Did you get it .... do you have any questions?

  10. KierseyClemons
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    thank you!!

  11. Falkqwer
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    np yw :D

  12. KierseyClemons
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    :)

  13. KierseyClemons
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    Can you help me with just two more?

  14. Falkqwer
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    Ill try can u make a new question?

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    The pairs of angles on opposite sides of the transversal but inside the two lines are called Alternate Interior Angles.

  17. Falkqwer
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    Im not sure but I think its 2 and 8

  18. KierseyClemons
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    THank you I thought it might have been that too!

  19. KierseyClemons
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    and I have just one more

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  21. Falkqwer
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    Its the same so 30

  22. KierseyClemons
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    thank you once again you've been very helpful!

  23. Falkqwer
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    NP did u check if my answers were right?

  24. KierseyClemons
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    they were :)

  25. Falkqwer
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    great :D

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