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FLVSKidd

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  1. FLVSKidd
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    Can someone identify this for me?

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  4. misssunshinexxoxo
    • one year ago
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    Ok these are questions off a exam seems like

  5. FLVSKidd
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    nope practice exam. I need to know what they are known as so I can further study.

  6. FLVSKidd
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    The category of geometry

  7. misssunshinexxoxo
    • one year ago
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    @freckles

  8. FLVSKidd
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    I just need the category of geometry identified.

  9. marihelenh
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    What do you mean by category? I know the measures, but what is it you are looking for?

  10. FLVSKidd
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    Well I don't know the measures so if you could teach me how you got them that would be helpful too.

  11. ybarrap
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    In these problems, you need to first know this property of a line intersecting parallel lines: |dw:1436739376891:dw|

  12. marihelenh
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    You can solve both of them the same way. If two lines are parallel and they have a line that crosses both, the combined interior angles will add up to 180.|dw:1436739453701:dw|

  13. ybarrap
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    You also need to know this property: |dw:1436739472220:dw| That's all you need to solve both problems.

  14. marihelenh
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    |dw:1436739592222:dw|

  15. FLVSKidd
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    so it's just subtraction?

  16. FLVSKidd
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    180-32 = 148

  17. marihelenh
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    Yep that is correct!

  18. FLVSKidd
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    cool thank you

  19. marihelenh
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    Do you think you can get the next one? Or will you need help?

  20. FLVSKidd
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    I need help

  21. marihelenh
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    |dw:1436739922159:dw|

  22. FLVSKidd
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    I guess my problem is determining which angle to subract from 180.

  23. marihelenh
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    If two lines are parallel and there is a line intersecting it, just know that the two angles on the same side of the intersecting line and inside the parallel lines will always equal 180. Hopefully that makes some sense. There is a postulate or theorem that states that, but I can't quite remember which one.

  24. FLVSKidd
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    Oh now I see it. Thank you very much..

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