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Parallel Lines Challenge Problem

Unit 6: Transformations
Lesson 23 of 23

Objective: SWBAT apply what they know about parallel lines to write an open response proof of angle relationships without using exact angle measures.

Big Idea: Challenge students to prove what they know about parallel lines and angle relationships when the diagram is unique and exact angle measures irrelevant.

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Math, Geometry, Proofs, assessment, angle relationships, 8th grade math, parallel line angle relationships, Short Answer Question
  50 minutes
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