## ashleysmith 3 years ago VERY HARD I BET YOU CANT ANSWER THIS IN DRAWING BELOW a. <2 = <11 b. <2 = <5 c. <14 = <8 d. <9 = <1 e. m<13 + m<7 + m<6 = 180

1. ashleysmith

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2. ashleysmith

BASED ON THE GIVEN INFO CAN YOU DETERMINE WHICH SEGMENTS MUST BE PARALLEL? IF THERE ARE NO SUCH SEGMENTS RIGHT NONE

3. baldymcgee6

Are those supposed to be right triangles?

4. ashleysmith

no

5. ashleysmith

and "hero" you suck

6. Hero

Thanks for your kind words ashley

7. ashleysmith

smd

8. Hero

That's not nice ashley

9. tamtoan

there are 3 sets of parallel lines, alternate interior angles equal..

10. ashleysmith

how about 2 and 11 ? are they equal

11. tamtoan

also at point x...one angle is not labled isn't it?

12. ashleysmith

no theyre all labled

13. tamtoan

not true...because at point X, there are 3 angles and you only labled 10 and 11

14. ashleysmith

x is a point

15. tamtoan

i said at point X so obviously X is a point :)...angle 11 is just the middle angle , isn't it?

16. ashleysmith

sorry i dont really get what your saying x w y and all those are just points IGNORE THEM OR SOMETHING hahahahaha

17. tamtoan

you have to make sure the lable of the angles is correct in order to determine if they are parallel or not...one example...if angle 11 is the middle angle at point X, when <2 = <11, you have AW and BX are parallel lines because of the alternate interior angles are equal. apply that same rule to other set of lines

18. UnkleRhaukus

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