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Give the missing reasons in this proof of the Alternate Interior Angles Theorem. a._______ b._________ c.___________

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  1. bishopbabyy0362
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  2. Hendrixsrv
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    So basically, are they asking what the angle names are?

  3. bishopbabyy0362
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    i guess so... i honestly didnt even see the other picture till now ;p

  4. Hendrixsrv
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    I'm gonna give my best guess because the question is a little weird. 2) Definition of congruent angles. 3) Vertical Angles 4) Alternate interior Angles. And where it says poof <4 = <6 then say "Proof of Alternate Interior Angles" That is my best guess. It has been a while since I did that.

  5. Hendrixsrv
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    *prove

  6. bishopbabyy0362
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    awesome thank you, maybe one more yuo can help me with ? (:

  7. Hendrixsrv
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    yeah sure.

  8. bishopbabyy0362
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    aweomse

  9. bishopbabyy0362
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    awesome lol hold on a sec

  10. bishopbabyy0362
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    State the missing reasons in this flow proof.

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  11. CliffSedge
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    Pretty good @Hendrixsrv , but your reason for #1 is not correct.

  12. Hendrixsrv
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    Yeah, it's been a while since i've done these problems. If you it, tell her because I'm rusty with my geometry haha

  13. bishopbabyy0362
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    a. b. c. d. e.

  14. bishopbabyy0362
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    lol thank you guys(:

  15. Hendrixsrv
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    give me a sec to look at the chart.

  16. bishopbabyy0362
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    okay im going to smoke a cancer stick.. you guys help me figure this out while im gone, and i will be back in 5 mins lol. dont go anywhere !!

  17. CliffSedge
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    |dw:1352437491096:dw| The following angle pairs are supplementary by linear pair theorem: 1 and 3 1 and 2 3 and 4 2 and 4 5 and 7 5 and 6 7 and 8 6 and 8 The following are pairs of vertical angles (and are congruent): 1 and 4 2 and 3 5 and 8 6 and 7 The following pairs are corresponding (and are congruent) 1 and 5 2 and 6 3 and 7 4 and 8 The following pairs are alternate interior (and are congruent): 2 and 7 4 and 5 The following are consecutive interior (and are supplementary): 2 and 5 4 and 7 You should be able to find the alternate exterior (which are congruent), and the consecutive exterior pairs as well (which are supplementary.)

  18. Hendrixsrv
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    Yeah, the last question is vague to me. I don't know what to put on the lines. Can you help @CliffSedge ?

  19. bishopbabyy0362
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    okay im back. i appreciate you guys helping me i've seriously been on this for two hours, now im gonna read everything youguys haev posted thus far

  20. bishopbabyy0362
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    so what would angle 6 and 4 be?

  21. CliffSedge
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    @Hendrixsrv , I don't fill in blanks or choose from multiple choice answers. I only provide theorems and reasoning. It is up to bishop to use the information appropriately.

  22. Rosh007
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    :) well @CliffSedge good strategy...I like it much......

  23. Rosh007
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    but it is time tacking.. but it worth a lot!

  24. CliffSedge
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    @rosh007 , I agree. It is worth the extra effort to really study something and understand it.

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