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Which angle is a consecutive interior angle with angle 6?

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First, use context clues! There's interior - the angle you seek will be inside the two lines And consecutive - here it means that it's on the same side, just like consecutive things are together.
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angle 3?
Nope! 3 can't be called "interior," right?
8?
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Nope? The "consecutive" part means that you're looking for an angle on the same side of the transversal. (The transversal is the line that lays on the parallel lines.)
7
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