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  • one year ago

Find the measure of <2. State the theorem used to justify your answer. A. 67 degrees, alternate interior angles theorem B. 67 degrees, consecutive interior angles theorem C. 113 degrees, alternate interior angles theorem D. 113 degrees, consecutive interior angles theorem

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  2. DanJS
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    If a third line crosses two parallel lines... the two interior angles on the same side add up to a line... 180

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    |dw:1437882056847:dw|

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    so, 67+ Angle 2 = 180, consecutive angles

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    That is what I put for my answer and they said it was wrong

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