 Proving lines parallel
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• Question 1
120 seconds Q. Which could be used to prove the lines are parallel?
Alternate Interior
Consecutive Interior
Corresponding
Cannot be proved parallel
• Question 2
120 seconds Q. Which could be used to prove the lines are parallel?
Corresponding
Alternate Interior
Linear Pair
Cannot be proved parallel
• Question 3
120 seconds Q. Which could be used to prove the lines are parallel?
Vertical
Alternate Interior
Corresponding
Cannot be proved parallel
• Question 4
120 seconds Q. What value of x would make line m || line n?
54
126
• Question 5
60 seconds Q. Solve for  y.
y = 20
y = 120
y = 60
y = 10
• Question 6
60 seconds Q. Solve for y.
y = 55
y = 35
y = 70
y = 70
• Question 7
300 seconds Q. Name the angle relationship.
Alternate Interior
Alternate Exterior
Corresponding
Vertical Angles
• Question 8
180 seconds Q. Find D
∠D=116°
∠D=64°
∠D=180°
∠D=26°
• Question 9
30 seconds Q. Angle C and P are...
Alternate Interior Angles
Consecutive Interior Angles
Corresponding Angles
Alternate Exterior Angles
• Question 10
120 seconds Q. Which could be used to prove the lines are parallel?
Alternate Interior
Corresponding
Vertical
Cannot be proved parallel
• Question 11
120 seconds Q. Which could be used to prove the lines are parallel?
Alternate Interior
Corresponding
Alternate Exterior
Cannot be proved parallel
• Question 12
300 seconds Q. Which value of x will show that line m is parallel to line r?
33
25
24
20
• Question 13
300 seconds Q. Which value of x will show that lines l and m are parallel?
20
22
24
25
• Question 14
30 seconds Q. Angle 1 = 27o
Find the measure of angle 4
27o
153o
63o
90o
• Question 15
300 seconds Q. Lines r and s are cut by a transversal. What value of x proves r ∥ s?
43
37
143
37
• Question 16
300 seconds Q. Which of these angles is NOT congruent to angle 5?
Angle 6
Angle 8
Angle 1
Angle 4
• Question 17
300 seconds Q. What value of x will make m parallel to n?
113
166
19
133
• Question 18
300 seconds Q.

Find x.

x = 25

x = 35

No Solution

Infinite Solutions

• Question 19
300 seconds Q. Tell whether the angles are complementary or supplementary. Then find the value of x.
Complementary; x=3.4
Complementary; x=45
Supplementary; x=20
Supplementary; x=175
• Question 20
300 seconds Q. Solve for x
6
140
20
90
• Question 21
30 seconds Q.

No

Yes, Corresponding angles are congruent

Yes, Alternate Interior angles are congruent

Yes, Alternate Exterior angles are congruent

• Question 22
30 seconds Q.

$m\parallel n$ because Alternate Interior angles are congruent

$p\parallel q$ because Alternate Interior angles are congruent

$m\parallel n$ because Consecutive Interior angles are congruent

Neither pair of lines is parallel

• Question 23
30 seconds Q.

$m\parallel n$ because Alternate Exterior angles are congruent

$p\parallel q$ because Alternate Exterior angles are congruent

$p\parallel q$ because Corresponding angles are congruent

Neither pair of lines is parallel

• Question 24
30 seconds Q.

$m\parallel n$ because Corresponding angles are congruent

$m\parallel n$ because Consecutive Interior angles are congruent

$p\parallel q$ because Corresponding angles are congruent

Neither pair of lines is parallel

• Question 25
30 seconds Q.