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- IntroductionRelationships between lines and angles
- 1.Below is a regular rectangular prism. Find.

a)Line(s) that are perpendicular to $\overline{AB}$.b)Line(s) that are parallel to $\overline{AB}$.c)Line(s) that are skew to $\overline{AB}$.d)Plane(s) parallel to plane $ABEF$. - 2.Identify all pairs of angles for the following types:

a)Correspondingb)Alternate exteriorc)Alternate interiord)Consecutive interior

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Angles, Lines, and Transversals

24.1

Pairs of lines and angles

24.2

Parallel lines and transversals

24.3

Parallel line proofs

24.4

Perpendicular line proofs

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