# Jeopardy Types of Lines Proving Lines Parallel Potpourri

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Jeopardy Types of Lines Proving Lines Parallel Potpourri Types of Angles Parallel Lines Q \$100 Q \$100 Q \$200 Q \$200 Q \$300 Q \$300 Q \$400 Q \$400 Q \$500 Q \$500 Final Jeopardy

\$100 -Types of Lines DH and CG are ____ lines.

\$100 Answer –Types of Lines Parallel

\$200 – Types of Lines GF ______ FA

\$200 Answer – Types of Lines Perpendicular

\$300 –Types of Lines FE & EA are what type of lines?

\$300 Answer –Types of Lines Oblique

\$400 –Types of Lines CD & GF are what type of lines?

\$400 Answer –Types of Lines Skew

\$500 –Types of Lines Plane CDH is perpendicular to Plane ______ and contains the point E.

\$500 Answer –Types of Lines Plane HDBE or Plane EFGH

\$100 – Types of Angles Name a pair of alternate interior angles. 1 4 2 3 8 7 5 6

\$100 Answer – Types of Angles 2 & 7 or 3 & 8

\$200 – Types of Angles 1 2 & 8 are what type of angles? 4 2 3 8 7 5 6

\$200 Answer – Types of Angles Consecutive Interior Angles

\$300 – Types of Angles 1 & 2 are what type of angles? 1 2

\$300 Answer – Types of Angles Alternate Exterior Angles

\$400 – Types of Angles Which angles corresponds to 1 ? 1 5 3 2 4

\$400 Answer – Types of Angles 4

\$500 – Types of Angles 4 1 5 Identify two pairs of alternate interior angles. 6 2 3

\$500 Answer – Types of Angles 4 & 5; 5 & 6

\$100 – Parallel Lines 1 If m 4 = 126 , Find m 5. 4 2 3 8 7 5 6

\$100 Answer – Parallel Lines 126

\$200 – Parallel Lines If m 1 = 48°, then m 5 = ? 1 4 2 3 8 7 5 6

\$200 Answer – Parallel Lines m 5 = 132°

\$300 – Parallel Lines If m 3 = 63 and m 7 = 3 x + 12 ; solve for x. 1 4 2 3 8 7 5 6

\$300 Answer – Parallel Lines X = 35

\$400 – Parallel Lines 6 x - 14 Solve for y. 7 y 4 x + 32

\$400 Answer – Parallel Lines Y=8

\$500 – Parallel Lines 7 x Solve for x & y. + -4 9 7 y x- 11 1 2 y + 5

\$500 – Parallel Lines x = 14, y = 11

\$100 – Proving Lines Parallel k If 12 14, which lines are parallel? j 1 4 2 10 9 3 8 12 11 6 13 14 16 15 7 5 g h

\$100 Answer – Proving Lines Parallel g h

\$200 – Proving Lines Parallel k If 5 16, which lines are parallel and why? j 1 4 2 10 9 3 8 12 11 6 13 14 16 15 7 5 g h

\$200 – Proving Lines Parallel k j – Corresponding Angles Converse

\$300 – Proving Lines Parallel 134 Is a b ? Why or why not? 46 b a

\$300 Answer– Proving Lines Parallel Yes – V. A. T. - Consecutive Interior Angles Converse

\$400 – Proving Lines Parallel 6 x - 9 For what value of x will a be parallel to b? b 3 x + 57 a

\$400 Answer – Proving Lines Parallel x = 22

\$500 – Proving Lines Parallel Solve for x. Is a parallel to b? Why or why not? a b 53 4 x + 41 2 x + 82

\$500 Answer – Proving Lines Parallel x = 21. 5 ; No line a is not parallel to line b because the alternate interior angles are not congruent.

\$100 - Potpourri If g h and h k , then what is the relationship between g & k?

\$100 Answer - Potpourri Parallel

\$200 - Potpourri If two lines are perpendicular to the same line, then they are _______ to each other.

\$200 Answer - Potpourri Parallel

\$300 - Potpourri What “letter” do consecutive interior angles form?

\$300 Answer - Potpourri C or U

\$400 - Potpourri If 2 lines intersect to form a _____ of ________, then the lines are perpendicular.

\$400 Answer - Potpourri Linear Pair; Congruent Angles

\$500 - Potpourri Solve for x, y & z. 3 y - 8 y+ z 12 x

\$500 Answer - Potpourri x = 90, y = 44, z = 34

Final Jeopardy 2 For what value(s) of x will a b ? (x )° 7 – b + x (3 a )° 1 1

Final Jeopardy Answer x = -3 or x = 6