We can conclude that line m is parallel to line p by which theorem?
Question 3 options:
All right angles are congruent.
Given parallel lines cut by a transversal, alternate interior angles are congruent.
Given parallel lines cut by a transversal, alternate exterior lines are congruent.
Converse of the alternate interior angles theorem
Converse of the alternate exterior angles theorem.
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i would go with the second one
I don't know how to correctly answer this problem because I would never use a theorem to explain what my eyes can plainly see.
thats what i thought
right i got so confused with all this crap
Anybody's guess is as good as mine, and I don't want to give you a wrong answer.
can you guys confirm something for me? i think i may be right i just want a second opinion and its okay lol
In the diagram above, line r and line s are cut by lines p and q. Line r is parallel to line s, m<4 = 85 degrees, m<5 = 105 degrees.
Select all the statements that are true.
Question 4 options:
m<2 = 85 degrees
m<1 = 85 degrees
m<6 = 105 degrees
m<3 = 105 degrees