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Chapter 2.1, Problem 8E

Textbook Problem

*Use drawings, as needed, to answer each question.*

With respect to *c* as a transversal for lines *a* and *b*,

a) which angle corresponds to

b) which angle is the alternate interior angle for

*Exercises 7, 8*

Elementary Geometry For College Students, 7e

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