PandaSurvive:

Please help

4 months ago
PandaSurvive:
4 months ago

Allison:
4 months ago

Allison:

They're both acute angles .-.

4 months ago
Allison:

@Vocaloid

4 months ago
Allison:

@Shadow @Dude

4 months ago
Allison:

@Pixel

4 months ago
Nnesha:

|dw:1513374155754:dw| `The angles in matching corners are called Corresponding Angles.` source: math is fun

4 months ago
Nnesha:

https://www.mathsisfun.com/geometry/corresponding-angles.html https://prnt.sc/ho2ve3

4 months ago
Vocaloid:

I was a bit hesitant to do this one b/c I am a little uncertain exactly how they want you to phrase each step ;_; but I'll give it a go as nnesha stated #2 is that 1 and 2 are corresponding angles #3 seems a bit redundant to me, perhaps "corresponding angles are congruent?" #4 linear pairs are supplementary (?) #7 since we are substituting <1 for <2 and <1 and <2 are equal, my best guess would be "substitution property of equality"

4 months ago
PandaSurvive:

Thats why I was having trouble, no answer choices so I dont know the way I should phrase it x'D. Thank you Nnesha and Vocaloid I will give those a try. If it is correct great c: if not I can just redo it and have an example so either way win win :D

4 months ago