This concept introduces students to alternate interior angles and how to use them to determine whether or not lines are parallel.
Use alternate interior angles to determine angle congruency and the presence of parallel lines.
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Eleven question quiz. Students need to identify alternate interior angles and justify that they are in fact alternate interior angles. Students will solve for missing alternate interior angles using simple arithmetic and algebraically.
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How did Eratosthenes use alternate interior angles to prove the earth is round?
This study guide reviews angles formed by transversals and postulates and theorems of parallel and perpendicular lines.