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Lines and Transversals

Answer each question. Note that some diagrams are intentionally missing.

Question Group #1
Directions and/or Common Information: 
Lines ABC and Line DEF are parallel. A transversal EB intersects ABC and DEF.


Name an angle that is supplementary to angle CBE.
1. 








Name an alternate interior angle to angle CBE
2. 







Question Group #2
Directions and/or Common Information: 
Consider the diagram shown below to answer questions 3-6.
 


How many sets of corresponding angles are shown on the diagram?
1. 








How many sets of consecutive (same side interior) angles are shown on the diagram?
2. 








How many sets of alternate interior angles are shown on the diagram?
3. 








How many set of vertical angles are shown on the diagram?
4. 







Question Group #3
Directions and/or Common Information: 
Consider the diagram shown below to answer questions 7-10.
 
 


If angle 1 is 2x and angle 3 is 3x what is the value of x?
1. 








If angle 1 is (2x+3) and angle 5 is (x+10) what is the value of x?
2. 








If angle 2 is (4x+12) and the sum of the measures of angle 2 and angle 6 is 120, then what is the value of x?
3. 








If angle 3 is x2 + 2 and angle 6 is 51 what is the value of x?
4. 











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