Gabby_Taylor1224
  • Gabby_Taylor1224
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Gabby_Taylor1224
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Line/angle Proof Given: Two parallel lines, created by a set of blinds, intersected by a transversal. The measure of ∡EBG is 110°. Prove: The measure of ∡CHF is also 110°. I need to do the actual proof for this.
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midhun.madhu1987
  • midhun.madhu1987
Angle 1 = 110 Angle 4 = 110 - Vertically Opposite Angles Angle 4 = Angle 8 - Corresponding angles are equal so Angle 8 = 110 Hope you get it..
Gabby_Taylor1224
  • Gabby_Taylor1224
@midhun.madhu1987 would this be correct? I am horrible at profs and have no idea how to word it 1. 1=4 2. 4=8

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midhun.madhu1987
  • midhun.madhu1987
yes... 1 = 4 because they are vertically opposite angles 4 = 8 because they are corresponding angles
Gabby_Taylor1224
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@midhun.madhu1987 sorry for asking so many questions so would this be my full answer? Statements Reasons 1. AGH=EGB 1. Vertically opposite angles 2. AGH=CHF 2. Corresponding Angles

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