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Interior angles on the same side of the transversal are supplementary.
They need to be on opposite sides of the transversal to be congruent.

What does this mean more simply lol?
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If you have two parallel lines and another line intersecting them then thats the transversal, in this instance. (in general it's a line intersecting two other lines in the same plane)

Assuming l and m are parallel then A and B are supplementary (they add up to 180^\circ).
With the same assumption in place, B and C are congruent (equal).
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If you have two parallel lines and another line intersecting them then thats the transversal, in this instance. (in general it's a line intersecting two other lines in the same plane)

Assuming l and m are parallel then A and B are supplementary (they add up to 180^\circ).
With the same assumption in place, B and C are congruent (equal).
You are a ******* hero. I have always wondered what this means. You made it especially clear with the diagram. Thank you very much. POS
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You are a ******* hero. I have always wondered what this means. You made it especially clear with the diagram. Thank you very much. POS
Don't mention it lol.
I'm glad I was able to help
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Don't mention it lol.
I'm glad I was able to help
Does that mean if B was in the left quadrant then it would be congruent (equal) to A

-edit so if b was reflected across p
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Does that mean if B was in the left quadrant then it would be congruent (equal) to A

-edit so if b was reflected across p
If I understand you then yep.
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PRSOM
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If I understand you then yep.
ok thanks x_)
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