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WRITING IN MATH

44.

Answer the question that was posed at the beginning of

the lesson.

How do you know that the sides of a parking space are parallel?

Include the following in your answer:

• a comparison of the angles at which the lines forming the edges of a parking

space strike the centerline, and

• a description of the type of parking spaces that form congruent consecutive

interior angles.

Standardized

m

n

45. In the figure, line

is parallel to line

. Line

m

Test Practice

m

intersects both and

. Which of the following

lists includes all of the angles that are supplementary

1 3

5 7

n

2 4

to

1?

6 8

A

angles 2, 3, and 4

B

angles 2, 3, 6, and 7

C

angles 4, 5, and 8

D

angles 3, 4, 7, and 8

ALGEBRA

46.

Kendra has at least one quarter, one dime, one nickel, and one

penny. If she has three times as many pennies as nickels, the same number of

nickels as dimes, and twice as many dimes as quarters, then what is the least

amount of money she could have?

A

$0.41

B

$0.48

C

$0.58

D

$0.61

Maintain Your Skills

Maintain Your Skills

Mixed Review

Write an equation in slope-intercept form for the line that satisfies the given

conditions.

(Lesson 3-4)

47. m

0.3, y-intercept is

6

1

48. m

, contains ( 3,

15)

3

49. contains (5, 7) and ( 3, 11)

1

50. perpendicular to y

x

4, contains (4, 1)

2

Find the slope of each line.

y

(Lesson 3-3)

51. BD

52. C C D

E

( 4, 2 )

( 0, 2 )

B

53. A A B

54. EO

55. any line parallel to DE

O

x

56. any line perpendicular to BD

( 4,

2 )

A

( 1,

3 )

( 4,

3 )

C

D

Construct a truth table for each compound statement.

(Lesson 2-2)

57. p and q

58. p or

q

59.

p

q

60.

p

q

61.

CARPENTRY

A carpenter must cut two pieces of wood at angles so that they fit

together to form the corner of a picture frame. What type of angles must he use

to make sure that a corner results?

(Lesson 1-5)

Getting Ready for

PREREQUISITE SKILL

Use the Distance Formula to find the distance between

the Next Lesson

each pair of points.

(To review the Distance Formula, see Lesson 1-4.)

62. (2, 7), (7, 19)

63. (8, 0), ( 1, 2)

64. ( 6,

4), ( 8,

2)

Lesson 3-5 Proving Lines Parallel 157

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