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# In the diagram below, lines a and b are parallel and cut by transversal, t. If angle 1 is 120 degrees, find the measure of angle 5.

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In the diagram below, lines a and b are parallel and cut by transversal, t.  If angle 1 is 120 degrees, find the measure of angle 5.

A. 120

B. 90

C. 180

D. 60

In the diagram below, lines a and b are parallel and cut by transversal, t.  If angle 1 is 120 degrees, find the measure of angle 7.

A. 60

B. 180

C. 120

D. 90

In the diagram below, lines a and b are parallel and cut by transversal, t.  If angle 1 is 120 degrees, find the measure of angle 6.

A. 60

B. 90

C. 120

D. 180

Feb 4, 2020

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Question 1: A

Explanation: angle 1 and angle 5 are both the same because it is a parallel line. You can learn more if you search "Angles: Corresponding, Alternate Interior, Alternate Exterior Angles and Transversal Lines" on google.

Question 2: C

Explanation: something as question 1, angle 1 and angle 7 are the same and angle 1 is 120 then angle 7 is 120.

Question 3: A

Explanation: angle 6 is equal to angle 2 and we just need to find the degree for angle 2. A line is 180 degree and angle 1 is 120 degrees, so 180-120=60. If you don't understand, just search some on google.

Feb 4, 2020

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Question 1: A

Explanation: angle 1 and angle 5 are both the same because it is a parallel line. You can learn more if you search "Angles: Corresponding, Alternate Interior, Alternate Exterior Angles and Transversal Lines" on google.

Question 2: C

Explanation: something as question 1, angle 1 and angle 7 are the same and angle 1 is 120 then angle 7 is 120.

Question 3: A

Explanation: angle 6 is equal to angle 2 and we just need to find the degree for angle 2. A line is 180 degree and angle 1 is 120 degrees, so 180-120=60. If you don't understand, just search some on google.

tomsun Feb 4, 2020