# Math

1. is line "L" parallel to line "M"?
*picture of a transversal.. lines L and M don't touch and one line crosses through line L and M to create a transversal. angles 124 and 118 are on the bottom left side of the transversal* I tried my best to explain the picture..
A. Yes, alternate interior angles are congruent
B.No; alternate interior angles are not congruent
C. No; corresponding angles are not congruent
D. Yes; corresponding angles are congruent

I think it's C.

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1. Two obtuse angles cannot both be on the bottom left of the transversal.

Anyway, L and M are parallel if the alternate interior angles are equal.

or if consecutive interior angles are supplementary.

Corresponding angles are usually involved when comparing similar figures. Sounds like C and D are not likely choices.

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2. Sorry I was trying to explain the picture. They are consecutive interior angles

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3. Also, I don't think they are parallel because if it's parallel then it would be equal and the angles *124 and 118* are not equal.

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4. what is the measure of 8

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6. Aow

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7. Its C I took the test, and I got it right, I hope this helps. This is for connections academy BTW.

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8. Man its not c you made me get it wrong its b

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