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A transversal intersects two lines. Which conditions would always make the two lines parallel?
A) Vertical Angles are Congruent
B) Alternate interior angles are congruent
C) Corresponding angles are supplementary
D) Same-side interior angles are complementary
I chose c

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  1. a little more research ...

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  2. I researched and got b as the answer. Is that correct?

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  3. a b d

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