**AB**.

**CD**
that intersects segment **AB**.

**X**.

**CD**, construct
"point on object" (make sure point is below point **X**),
label as **Y**.

**AB** and point
**Y**, construct "parallel line".

**Y**), label as **M.**

**Y**), label as **N**.

**M** and **N**,
construct "segment".

**MN**, display "hide line".

Your picture should look like the one shown below.

(the angle numbers will not be on your screen).

Segment **CD** is a
transversal.

Define **transversal**.

**interior
angles **are

**exterior angles** are

**vertical angles**.

**linear pairs**.

Meaure all the angles.

1
=

5
=

**alternate interior angles** are

**consecutive interior angles **are

**alternate exterior angles **are

**consecutive exterior angles** are

**corresponding angles** are

Work the problems below and show all work.

If 1 = 3x + 8 and 6 = 11x + 4,

(show work in box below)

x =

If 5
= 90, what can you conclude about the other angles that are formed
by the parallel lines and the transversal?

Define **skew lines**.

Give a real life example of skew lines and parallel lines below.

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