Parallel Lines is a main topic in Geometry, and comes up many times on the SAT. Join us in this introductory lesson that discusses the five main angle relationships of parallel lines: corresponding, alternate interior, alternate exterior, same-side interior, and same-side exterior. Some books call them "consecutive," but I like "same-side" because it's more obvious what that means. Oh, and I'm dressed as a security guard, green flashlight and all :-). YAY MATH!
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