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Chapter 11:Angle Relationships in Parallel Lines and Triangles; Model Quiz

11.1 Parallel Lines Cut by a Transversal

In the figure, line p$$\parallel$$line q. Find the measure of each angle if m$$\angle$$8 = 115°. •  m$$\angle7$$ = $$^°$$
•  m$$\angle 6$$ = $$^°$$
•  m$$\angle 1=$$ $$^°$$

11.2 Angle Theorems for Triangles

Find the measure of each angle. •  $$\text{m} \angle A =$$ $$^°$$
•  $$\text{m} \angle B=$$ $$^°$$
•  $$\text{m} \angle BCA=$$ $$^°$$

11.3 Angle-Angle Similarity

Triangle FEG is similar to triangle IHJ. Find the missing values. •  $$x=$$
•  y =
•  $$\text{m} \angle H =$$ $$^°$$

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