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# Parallel Lines Cut by a Transversal (Grade 9)

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## Parallel Lines Cut by a Transversal

1.
Which of the following correctly classifies the relationship between $ang4$ and $ang5$? 1. alternate interior angles
2. same-side interior angles
3. corresponding angles
4. vertical angles

2.
$ang1 and ang7$ are what kind of angle pair? 1. Supplementary Angles
2. Alternate Interior Angles
3. Alternate Exterior Angles
4. Corresponding
5. Consecutive Interior Angles
3.
Which set of angles is an example of corresponding angles? 1. $ang1 and ang2$
2. $ang4 and ang5$
3. $ang6 and ang8$
4. $ang3 and ang7$

4.
Angles 3 and 5 are classified as what? 1. Alternate interior angles
2. Alternate exterior angles
3. Same side interior angles
4. Supplementary angles
5.
$mang1=mang7$ 1. True
2. False

6.
Lines m and k are parallel, with angle 7 measuring 100 degrees. Find the measure of angle 3 in degrees. 1. 80
2. 100
3. 180
4. 160
7.
If $ang2$ is a right angle and line m is parallel to line k, then which statement is correct? 1. $ang6$ must equal $90deg$
2. $ang6$ may equal $90deg$
3. $ang6$ cannot equal $90deg$
4. Not enough information to determine

8.
In the figure, if angle 1 is $100deg$, what is the measure of angle 5? 1. $80deg$
2. $100deg$
3. $110deg$
4. $140deg$
9.
If $mang3=130°$, what is the $mang6?$ 10.
Find the value of x if $mang4=5x-13 and mang8=3x+17.$         You need to be a HelpTeaching.com member to access free printables.
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