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Maria drew two parallel lines KL and MN intersected by a transversal PQ, as shown below:

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  1. anonymous
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    Which fact would help Maria prove that the measure of angle KRQ is equal to the measure of angle MSQ?

  3. anonymous
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    Alternate interior angles KRS and RSN are equal, and consecutive angles KRS and KRP are complementary. Alternate interior angles LRS and RSN are equal, and vertical angles RSN and MSQ are supplementary. Vertical angles MSQ and RSN are equal, and alternate interior angles KRS and RSN are equal. Vertical angles LRS and KRP are equal, and consecutive interior angles PRL and LRS are equal.

  4. anonymous
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    someone help please

  5. anonymous
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    ok look up consecutive angles and got to images, you`ll find the answer.

  6. anonymous
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    if having trouble ill tell u the answer.

  7. anonymous
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    i see examples of pictures

  8. anonymous
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    its A. if u haven't already figured it out.

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    Vertical angles MSQ and RSN are equal, and alternate interior angles KRS and RSN are equal.?

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    no.

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    Alternate interior angles KRS and RSN are equal, and consecutive angles KRS and KRP are complementary.

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    yikes!! :( I'm really bad at geometry. sorry for all this trouble

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    THANK YOU

  14. anonymous
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    Its fine. what did u get?

  15. anonymous
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    i have 40 questions to do :( not done yet. but ill let you know

  16. anonymous
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    what # are u at now?

  17. anonymous
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    number 28

  18. anonymous
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    oh.

  19. anonymous
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    so u know I am not that smart cuz i am in 7th grade and i know geometry cuz i got 100% on them.

  20. anonymous
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    ahhh, your smart don't doubt yourself. cuz you have helped me very much

  21. anonymous
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    what grade are u in?

  22. anonymous
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    9th.

  23. undeadknight26
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    Youngins

  24. anonymous
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    oh wow. and me in 7th doing (th grade????? wow just wow. can`t believe it. this is cool!!!

  25. anonymous
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    were young. ok.. lol who wants to be old?

  26. anonymous
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    not me i am 12.

  27. anonymous
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    lol

  28. anonymous
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    I'm going to the 10th grade in like 5 days. :( supposed to be in 11. making up for that now.

  29. anonymous
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    im 16 still young. lol "forever young"

  30. anonymous
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    i would be 15 in 9th grade.

  31. undeadknight26
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    16? So am I and I'm in 11th.

  32. anonymous
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    ugh, so much work i have to do on favs.

  33. undeadknight26
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    Good luck with the make ups man

  34. anonymous
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    and thanks, if i need help ill ask again :)

  35. anonymous
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    ok. as undeadknight26 untill i am back with u.

  36. undeadknight26
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    What do I have to do m8?

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