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Study Guide. a) Two angles multiplied together to equal 90 b) Two angles added together to equal 180 c) Two angles added together to equal 90 d) Two angles.

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2 a) Two angles multiplied together to equal 90 b) Two angles added together to equal 180 c) Two angles added together to equal 90 d) Two angles multiplied together to equal 180

3 a) Two angles multiplied together to equal 90 b) Two angles added together to equal 180 c) Two angles added together to equal 90 d) Two angles multiplied together to equal 180

4 a) Where two or more sides meet at a point b) A roller coaster ride at Kings Island c) Where two parallel lines cross d) The name of the line that intersects two parallel lines

5 a) Angle 1 and Angle 3 b) Angle 2 and Angle 4 c) Angle 5 and Angle 7 d) All of the above

6 a) Angle 1 and Angle 5 b) Angle 1 and Angle 2 c) Angle 1 and Angle 4 d) Angle 1 and Angle

7 a) Angle 3 and Angle 6 b) Angle 3 and Angle 4 c) Angle 3 and Angle 5 d) Angle 3 and Angle

8 a) Angle 1 and Angle 2 b) Angle 1 and Angle 3 c) Angle 1 and Angle 7 d) Angle 1 and Angle

9 a) A line that intersects two perpendicular lines b) A line that intersects two parallel lines c) A line that is parallel to two parallel lines d) A line that is not in the same plane as two lines

10 a) Two angles that never cross or intersect b) Two lines that intersect c) Two lines that never cross or intersect & are equal distance away d) Two angles that intersect

11 a) Two lines that intersect at any angle b) Two lines that intersect at a 45 degree angle c) Two lines that intersect at a right angle d) Two angles that intersect at a 180 degree angle


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