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In the figure above m1 is parallel to m2 , and n1 is parallel to n2 . [#permalink]
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01 Aug 2017, 09:36
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Re: In the figure above m1 is parallel to m2 , and n1 is parallel to n2 . [#permalink]
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01 Aug 2017, 11:57
We can solve this quickly by some POE.
We know that R is equal to S since n1//n2. C is out We know Q is equal to R since m1//m2, and since R is equal to S then Q=S. B is out We know P=Q since they are opposite angles, and since Q=S then P=S. A is out We know S=T since m1//m2. D is out.
Therefore answer is E.




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