### corresponding angles

```Alternate Interior
angles
Alternate Exterior
angles
Same-side interior
angles
Corresponding angles
Royal Ontario Museum
Royal Ontario Museum
1
6
4
2
3
5
Identify the following angle pairs
1&2
4&2
4&3
5&6
1&5
Campers often use a “bear
bag” at night to avoid
attracting animals to their
food supply. In the bear
bag system at the right, a
camper pulls one end of
the rope to raise and lower
the food bag.
Campers often use a “bear
bag” at night to avoid
attracting animals to their
food supply. In the bear
bag system at the right, a
camper pulls one end of
the rope to raise and lower
the food bag.
Are < 1 and the given
angle alternate interior,
same-side interior, or
corresponding angles?
Campers often use a “bear
bag” at night to avoid
attracting animals to their
food supply. In the bear
bag system at the right, a
camper pulls one end of
the rope to raise and lower
the food bag.
Are < 1 and the given
angle alternate interior,
same-side interior, or
corresponding angles?
Suppose a camper pulls the rope taut between the
two parallel trees, as shown. What is the m< 1?
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