MATH SOLVE

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# Two lines are intersected by a third line. Two horizontal parallel lines are intersected by a third line. The third line intersects the top line and forms 4 angles. Labeled clockwise, from uppercase left, the angles are 1, 2, 4, 3. The third line intersects the bottom line and forms 4 angles. Labeled clockwise, from uppercase left, the angles are 5, 6, 8, 7. If Angle2 Is-congruent-to Angle6, which must be true about Angle2?

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Answer:Angle 2 is corresponding angle to angle 6 because they are in matching cornersStep-by-step explanation:When two parallel lines are crossed by another line (transverse line), the angles at matching corners are congruent and are called corresponding angles.In the question, other corresponding angles are 1 and 5, 7 and 3 and 8 and 4