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1. Which line segment is parallel to GE? a) DH b) KI<-my answer c) FG d) HI 2. Which two line segments are skew? a) DE and GE b) EI and GK c) GK and DH<-THIS ONE d) HI and DF<--OR THIS ONE?

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    Can someone check my answers?

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    first question is right

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    for the second question, only one option has skew lines pair.

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    GK and DH <-- are NOT skew lines, why ?

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  6. KatherinePierce1864 Group Title
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    Because they do line up right? So it would be D then?

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    thats right ! we can draw a plane thru that corner, and GK and DH line up on that plane. so they are not skew lines. D = \(\checkmark\)

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    You know I thought that at first :P I just wasn't sure.

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    Thank you!

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    np... yw :)

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    @ganeshie8 Do you think you can help me one more time?

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    sure, post.. .

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    3. Which angle corresponds to <7? (1 point) a) <1 b) <3 c) <4 d) <6 4. Which pair of angles are same-side interior angles? (1 point) <1 and <5 <3 and <6 <4 and <6 <3 and <5

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    My answers are: 1. C 2. B

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    imagine we slide the top line slowly down, and overlap it over bottom line

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    then, <3 falls on <7, right ?

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    |dw:1349404630985:dw|

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    |dw:1349404744637:dw|

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    <1 corresponds to <5 <3 corresponds to <7

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    so 3 is the answer?

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    ^right

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    Okay, that makes sense. What about the other question? Did I get that one wrong as well?

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    the other question has two options which are correct

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    |dw:1349404973325:dw|

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    <4 and <6 is one pair of same-side-interior angles.

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    |dw:1349405026394:dw|

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    <3 and <5 is another pair of same-side-interior angles.

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    both last two options are correct equally.

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    So I was right? :)

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    oy you said it was B, hmm ;p

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    Thank you!

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    good luck next time :)

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    np :)

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