Confused on this one 1. Assume that m26 = 60°. What must be true about 26 and 23 for the

lines to be parallel? Name the postulate or theorem that you used in

this justification

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The other measurement has to be 120 degrees. In other words, the two angles have to add up to 180 degrees. The method for that is same side interior.

Step-by-step explanation:

In same side interior angles, the sum of the two angles has to be 180 degrees. So we know that one of the angles is 60 degrees so we do 180-60=120.

each side has a different length.

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m = 2e

m = 2 so 2 = 2e

1 = e