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got options ?
A. <2, <5, <6, <9, <10, <13, <14, <19 B. <3, <7, <8, <11, <12, <17 C. <6, <9, <10, <13 D. <7, <8, <11, <12, <15, <16, <17, <18
It's confusing to me, because of the 2 transversals, ugh
16 = 65 same as before
oops I accidentally gave the answer LAUGHING OUT LOUD
They're asking me to name all of them, I can't keep up lol
you seem to be on a mobile device, do you see the attached diagram properly ?
in earlier post http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/55b5af34e4b0d48ca8eeeb78 you identified the angle of one being a corresponding angle of 15, which you subtracted 65 out of 90 to get. the same angle supplement applies for 16
15 and 16 added together makes 90 correct? you found 15 already
oh yes I can see it, I just don't get how they want me to name all of the angles that are supplemental to <16. I thought only <15 was supplemental to <16. But I realized that they are asking me to identify all the angles that make <16 180 degrees. I know that the answer is not D, because I had already chosen D and it was wrong. But I am still so confused :/
naming ahuh this will help review it and you will be able to answer everything in this problem you have http://www.mathsisfun.com/geometry/parallel-lines.html