im lost on how to find <1 ;-;
http://prntscr.com/80z8l6

- pooja195

im lost on how to find <1 ;-;
http://prntscr.com/80z8l6

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- anonymous

subtract 30 from 180

- pooja195

Thats it?

- anonymous

if i am reading it right it is
it does say the lines are parallel right?

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- pooja195

ye

- anonymous

then yeah , that's it

- pooja195

so <1=150?

- anonymous

yes

- pooja195

thanks :)

- anonymous

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- anonymous

yw

- pooja195

how'd u get 30 for the other one?

- anonymous

idk what the name of that is
lines are parallel so angles are the same

- anonymous

it is more or less obvious right?

- pooja195

gotcha and ye obvious...;p can u help with 2 more ? ;p pleeeaase

- anonymous

lol i can try i pretty much suck at geometry

- anonymous

but if they are like this, then no problem

- pooja195

omg same xD
i hate how this one is labeled....:/
http://prntscr.com/80z9yv

- pooja195

they arent like the one we did :/

- anonymous

3 , 2, 8, 6 are congruent as before right?

- pooja195

yes

- pooja195

Those would all be congruent to angel 1 right?

- anonymous

not sure what the first question is asking
1 and 2 are "supplementary" as they add up to 180

- anonymous

no, they need not be congruent to angle 1
all you are given is R and S are parallel

- anonymous

here is an exaggerated picture |dw:1438744283788:dw|

- anonymous

you see that it is not given that the other two lines are perpendicular to R and S even though it looks like it in the picture
so 1 and 2 need not be congruent

- pooja195

i hate geometry -.- this is confusing :/ but its asking for angel pairs.... :/

- anonymous

right so lets go slow (since i will have to look this up)

- anonymous

1 and 2 are supplementary

- anonymous

since they add up to 180

- anonymous

1 and 3 are supplementary as well, for the same reason

- anonymous

1 and 4 are congruent

- anonymous

i will leave it up to you to compare to 5, 6, 7 8 but it is the same as above

- pooja195

so
1 n 5
1 n 6
1 n 7
1 n 8 ?

- pooja195

everything with ones right? ;p

- anonymous

yeah looks like you have to compare all with 1

- anonymous

two will be congruent, which seems to be the geometry word for equal
and two will be supplementary

- pooja195

huh? :/
wait for b. i just compare on will 3 so similar to 1 right...?

- anonymous

b just says name the angles congruent with 3

- anonymous

i think the property is called "alternate interior angles" or sommat
the ones that are congruent with 3 should be fairly obvious

- anonymous

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- pooja195

Got it thanks sat :)
hope u aren't the creator of geometry =.= ;)

- anonymous

hell no
now i have a question
who is in your picture?

- UsukiDoll

I hated these too when I studied this last semester. It's everywhere in Euclidean Geometry
-_-

- pooja195

that iz i ^-^ i iz flawless :)

- anonymous

?? you?

- pooja195

why so shocked ;p ? yeee its me :)

- anonymous

cute!

- pooja195

haha thanks :)

- anonymous

yw

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