Geometry
posted by kayla
6. Which of the following facts, if true, would allow you to prove that line l and m are parallel?
A.angle m + angle 4= 180
B. angle 1 = angle 8 **
C. angle 6+angle 3 = 180
D. angle 7= angle 6

bobpursley
something is missing here.

kayla
I cant figure out how to include the pic of it

Steve
just describe the picture, mentioning the lines and angles. For example
Given lines l (AB) and m (CD), a transversal crosses them, intersecting
line l at P
line m at Q
angle 1 is APQ
etc.
Then we can reproduce your diagram.
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