3.2 Parallel Lines & Transversal (Angle Pair) Practice

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3.2 Parallel Lines & Transversal (Angle Pair) Practice

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Classifying Angles

Classify the angle pair as corresponding, alternate interior, alternate exterior, or consecutive interior. Spell out the classification (no abbreviations).

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1) 1\angle1 and 9\angle9

2) 8\angle8 and 13\angle13

3) 6\angle6 and 16\angle16

4) 4\angle4 and 10\angle10

5) 8\angle8 and 16\angle16

6) 10\angle10 and 13\angle13

Applying Angle Pair Relationships

7) What is the m1?m\angle1?

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8) What is the m2?m\angle2?

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9) What is the m1?m\angle1?

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10) What is the m2?m\angle2?

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11) What is the m1?m\angle1?

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12) What is the m2?m\angle2?

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13) Classify the angle pair as corresponding, alternate interior, alternate exterior, or consecutive interior. Spell out the classification (no abbreviations).

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14) Solve for x.

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15) Classify the angle pair as corresponding, alternate interior, alternate exterior, or consecutive interior. Spell out the classification (no abbreviations).

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16) Solve for x.

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17) Classify the angle pair as corresponding, alternate interior, alternate exterior, or consecutive interior. Spell out the classification (no abbreviations).

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18) Solve for x.

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19) Solve for x.

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20) Solve for x.

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21) Solve for y.

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22) Solve for x.

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23) Solve for y.

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24) Solve for x.

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25) Solve for y.

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26) Solve for x.

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27) Solve for y.

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28) Solve for x.

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29) Solve for y.

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