Lines and Angles

Angle Relationships

Find That Angle

Triangle Theorems

Equations of Lines

100

Name a line segment parallel to line RV

TX, SW, or QU

100

The angles #1 and #5 are ____?

Corresponding angles

100

What is the angle measure of #7 and the theorem to justify it?

132 degrees and Alternate Exterior Angles Theorem

100

What is the measure of angle 1?

30 degrees

100

Find the slope of the line graphed below.

- 5/6

200

Name any pair of parallel planes

TRVX and SQUW, STXW and QRVU, or SQRT and WUVX

200

Angles #3 and #8 are ____?

Same-side interior angles

200

What is the angle measure of #2 and the theorem to justify it?

130 degrees and Corresponding Angles Theorem

200

What is the measure of angle 1?

83.1 degrees

200

Find the slope of the line through the points

(-6, 2) and (-7, 10).

-8

300

Name *all* lines that are parallel to line WX

ST, QR, and UV

300

Angles #4 and #6 are ____?

Alternate exterior angles

300

What is the angle measure of #2 and the theorem to justify it?

48 degrees and the Linear Pair Theorem

300

What is the measure of angle 1?

123 degrees

300

What is the point-slope form of an equation?

y - y_{1} = m(x - x_{1})

400

Name four lines that are skew (different plane) to RV.

SQ, WU, WX, and ST

400

Name all pairs of alternate exterior angles.

1 & 8 and 2 & 7

400

What is the angle measure of #1 and the theorem to justify it?

50 degrees and the Linear Pair Theorem

400

What is the measure of angle a?

162 degrees

400

What is the equation of a line with slope 3 and y-intercept 6?

y = 3x + 6

500

Describe a real world example of either parallel or skew lines or planes.

Ex: Two roads going parallel. The top left edge of a building and the right side of a building.

500

Name all pairs of corresponding angles.

1 & 5, 2 & 6, 3 & 8, and 4 & 7

500

What is the measure of angle #1 and the theorem to justify it. And what is the measure of angle #2 and the theorem to justify it.

70 degrees for #1 using Corresponding Angles Theorem and 110 degrees for #2 using Same-Side Interior Angles Postulate

500

What is the measure of angle y?

110 degrees

500

Find the equation of the graphed line below.

y = 1/4(x) + 17/4

or

y = 1/4(x) + 4 1/4

or

y - 3 = 1/4( x + 5 )

or

y - 5 = 1/4 (x - 3)

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