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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.
ABE
CBA
DEF
DEB
Name an alternate interior
angle
to
angle
CBE
2.
DBE
FEB
ABE
DEB
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.
4
3
2
1
How many sets of consecutive (same
side
interior) angles are shown on the diagram?
2.
4
3
2
1
How many sets of
alternate interior angles
are shown on the diagram?
3.
4
3
2
4
How many set of
vertical angles
are shown on the diagram?
4.
1
2
3
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.
30
5
35
45
If
angle
1 is (2x+3) and
angle
5 is (x+10) what is the value of x?
2.
2.3
7
13
4.1
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.
8
14
12
27
If
angle
3 is x
^{2}
+ 2 and
angle
6 is 51 what is the value of x?
4.
7
24.5
53
49
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