# All things geometry

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• Aug 26th 2009, 04:12 PM
JaimeNic227
All things geometry
I am struggling heavily in my geometry class. I am home schooled and it is very hard to teach yourself something this difficult.

For example, I have a question right now:
Suppose q and r are two lines intersected by transversal t. If one of the angles formed by q and t is congruent to every angle formed by r and t, which of the following must be true? http://kcdistancelearning.blackboard...ges/spacer.gif
r || t
q http://kcdistancelearning.blackboard...-01/L2_q7b.gif r
q || t
r http://kcdistancelearning.blackboard...-01/L2_q7d.gif t

I have no clue what that means.

Is there anyway I can get some assistance, or possibly an online "study partner" that understands it more then me and can help me.

Thanks! =)
• Aug 26th 2009, 04:37 PM
eXist
Take a look at this new graph:

You know that one angle on Q intersect T has to equal all 4 angles on R intersect T. Therefore this is the only conclusion that can be drawn: R is perpendicular to T, the 4th answer you have up there.

http://img33.imageshack.us/img33/8514/14463682.png