# Which angles are alternate interior angles explain

Which angles are alternate interior angles explain

$Which angles are alternate interior angles explain$

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1. adriandehoyos1p3hpwc says:

Step-by-step explanation:

2. Kennethabrown09 says:

look at it and reread the question

Step-by-step explanation:

3. lexieprochaskaaa says:

Alternate interior angles are "interior" (between the parallel lines), and they "alternate" sides of the transversal. Notice that they are not adjacent angles (next to one another sharing a vertex). ... If two parallel lines are cut by a transversal, the alternate interior angles are congruent.

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4. lina93 says:

Here is the required diagram .

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Alternate angles are equal .

5. zanaplen27 says:

Here's what I get.

Step-by-step explanation:

Assume the diagram is like the one below.

Segments AB, BC, and CH are transversals to the sides of the pool table.

BC is also a transversal to AB and CH.

a. Angles we can be sure about

∠ABC — interior opposite angles of transversal BC

∠CBH — interior opposite angles of transversal BC

∠BHC — interior angles of triangle BHC

∠ABK — alternate exterior angles of transversal BC

∠CHG — complementary to ∠CGH

b. Sets of congruent angles

∠ABC ≅ ∠BCH = 66° — interior opposite angles of transversal BC

∠CBH ≅ ∠BCE = 57° — interior opposite angles of transversal BC

∠BHC ≅ ∠GCH = 57° — interior opposite angles of transversal CH

∠ABK ≅ ∠GCH = 57° — alternate exterior angles of transversal BC

One set of congruent angles is {∠ABC, ∠BCH}

Another set is {∠ABK, ∠BCE, ∠BHC, ∠CBH, ∠GCH}

c.  Alternate interior angles

Alternate interior angles are a pair of angles on the inner sides of the parallel lines but on opposite sides of the transversal.

The sets of alternate interior angles are {∠ABC, ∠BCH}, {∠ ABC, ∠BCD} {∠BCE,  ∠CBH}, {∠CHJ, ∠GCH}

d. Corresponding angles

Corresponding angles are a pair of angles on the same side of parallel lines and on the same side of the transversal.

The diagram has no corresponding angles.

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6. brookealexis5768 says:

Can you display a photo of this problem, it is hard to tell what you are saying

7. peterradu47781 says:

Yeah i’m pretty sure that they do add up to 180 i’m not sure how to explain it but because they are on opposite sides they add up

8. allieballey0727 says: