35. Given:AwDw'CwDw,/1>/2Prove:BwCw'CwDwProof:36. Given:JwMwiKwNw,/1>/2,/3>/4Prove:KwMwiLwNwProof:37. Given:/RSP>/PQR,/QRS and/PQRare supplementaryProve:PwSwiQwRwProof:38.slope of AB@#$5¬}4422(224)}or}14}slope of CD@5¬}142200}or}14}Yes, the lines are parallel since the slopes are thesame.39.slope of AB@5¬}21.2522((2210).75)}5¬}203.75}or20.25slope of CD@5¬}012.5(2211..58)}5¬}210.5.3}or20.2No, the lines are not parallel since the slopes arenot the same.40.When he measures the angle that each picketmakes with the 2 by 4, he is measuringcorresponding angles. When all of thecorresponding angles are congruent, the picketsmust be parallel.41.The 10-yard lines will be parallel because theyare all perpendicular to the sideline and two ormore lines perpendicular to the same line areparallel.42.Consecutive angles are supplementary; oppositeangles are congruent; the sum of the measures ofthe angles is 360.
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