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In the figure, if PQ  RS, then :
(alternate),
The sum of the bisectors of the angles of a linear pair is always :
Sum of angles
Sum of bisectors of angles
In the figure, p is a transversal to the lines m and n. If \(\angle1=60^o \) and \(\angle2=\dfrac{2}{3} \) of a right angle, then:
But they form Cointerior angle
In the figure, if AB  CD, the value of x is :
(Corresponding angle)
(exterior angle property)
In the figure if AB  CD  EF, PQ  RS, \(\angle \)RQD = \(25^o \) and \(\angle \)CQP = \(60^o \) then \(\angle \)QRS is equal to:
(alt exterior angles)
(alt interior angles)
In the given figure \(l  m  n\), If \(x : y = 5 : 4\), then the measure of angle \(z \) is :
(Corresponding angle)
(alternate angle)
In the given figure, if PQRS, then the measure of m is :
In the figure, PQRS, and EF  QS. If \(\angle \)PQS = \(60^o \), then the measure of \( \angle\)RFE is
( Co interior angles)
(Co interior angles)
Find the measure of the angle which is complement of itself.
Complementary angles are angles that add up to 90° angle that is complement of itself is 45°.
This because when you add 45° to itself, it will give you 90°
Two lines are respectively perpendicular to two perpendicular lines. Then these two lines to each other are :
If two lines are respectively perpendicular to two perpendicular lines then these two lines are perpendicular lines.
From the figure, identify the incorrect statement, given that lm and t is the transversal.
and form alternate interior angles
In the figure, if AB = AC, find x.
(As angles opposite to equal sides are equal)
Let each be
Now in by using angle sum proerty of triangle
Also
(Supplementary angles)
Slolving (i) and (ii)