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Unformatted text preview: Homework #1, Worksheet A Solutions Circle T, if the statement is True. Circle F, if the statement is False. “E H II! 2)E=HJ 3) ABAC AJHT Ill AHTJ Ill 4) ABCA
5) AB = HJ 6) ACAB = ATJH 7) ABAC a zTJH
8) ACAB = ABAC
9) ACAB ; zBAC
10) if a 7 ®/ F
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15) ACBA a ACBA 16) ACBA = AACB 17) ACBA = AABC
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ﬁ¢ﬁ TT¢§E Homework #1, Worksheet B Solutions Line m is a transversal of lines £1 , £2 , and £3 . 41 , 42 , . . . , .412 are the angles indicated in the ﬁgure. The purpose of this worksheet is to identify which pairs of these
angles form alternate interior angles, alternate exterior angles,
corresponding angles, or vertical angles. 1. Identify all pairs of vertical angles occuring at the points of
line intersection shown. (There are 6 such pairs of angles.) £18.43; 42&z4 ; 45&47; 49&A11 ; A10&A12 Identify all pairs of alternate interior angles occuring as a result [6&48 ' i of two of the lines shown being intersected by a transversal shown, such that the transversal intersections are shown.
(There are 6 such pairs of angles.) A4&é6; A3&45; 488s410; A4&A10; 438:49 identify all pairs of alternate exterior angles occuring as a result [78:49; of two of the lines shown being intersected by a transversal shown, such that the transversal intersections are shown.
(There are 6 such pairs of angles.) (18:47; [2&48 ; A5&A11; 418-411 ; [2&412 Identify all pairs of corresponding angles occuring as a result 168:412; of the two lines £1 and £3 being intersected by the transversal m . (There are 4 such pairs of angles.) A3&411; 418.49; 42&41o; Identify all pairs of corresponding angles occuring as a result (4&412; of the two lines a, and (2 being intersected by the transversal In. (There are 4 such pairs of angles.) (1&45; 42&46; [38:47; (4&48; M 333L Fall 2010 HW #1, Worksheet C PM
SOLuTmMS For each triangle on this page, compare it with those on the other page,
and, if possible, identify which triangle on the other page is congruent to it and state which triangle congruence condition applies. Then, use this
congruence to label the remaining sides and angles with their measures. If the given data about the triangle is insufﬁcient to determine which triangle
on the other page is congruent to it, write "Insufficient Data" in the blank. Ammo1 E W AAsssc, E A 50.12 b 553 32
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This note was uploaded on 11/02/2010 for the course M Modern Geo taught by Professor Shirley during the Spring '10 term at University of Texas.
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