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In the figure above m1 is parallel to m2 , and n1 is parallel to n2 .

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In the figure above m1 is parallel to m2, and n1 is parallel to n2. The degree measure of which of the following angles is NOT necessarily equal to the degree measure of angle S?

(A) P
(B) Q
(C) R
(D) T
(E) V

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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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New post 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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