anonymous
  • anonymous
The diagram shows the intersection of streets in the downtown area of a city. The measure of angle 1 is 90°. First Street and Second Street are parallel. a.) What kinds of angles are formed by the intersection of Central Boulevard and Western Avenue? Explain your answer. b.) Name a pair of alternate interior angles formed by the intersection of Central Boulevard with First and Second Streets. c.) Name a pair of corresponding angles formed by the intersection of Central Boulevard with First and Second Streets. d.) If the measure of angle 4 is 118°, what is the measure of angle 8? Explain h
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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DanJS
  • DanJS
1st and 2nd street are parallel and central street is a transversal that intersects them the angle properties for this http://www.mathsisfun.com/geometry/parallel-lines.html
DanJS
  • DanJS
angle pairs

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Angle 3 + Angle 4 + Angle 7 + Angle 8 = 1 Revolution = 360 degrees Angle 3 = Angle 8 Angle 4 = Angle 7 Let Angle 3, 8 = A Let Angle 4, 7 = B A + B A + B = 360 Degrees 2A + 2B = 360 Degrees 2A + 2(118) = 360 Degrees 2A + 236 = 360 Degrees 2A = 360 - 236 Degrees 2A = 124 Degrees A = 124/2 Degrees A = 62 Degrees Angle 8 = 62 Degrees
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  • anonymous
Thank you @Mel_Andrew for showing me!! And thank you @DanJS for giving me a link to read :)

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