Angles with Parallel LinesUnderstand and use the relationship between parallel lines and alternate and corresponding angles. 
This is level 3: mixed questions.
You will be awarded a trophy if you get at least 7 correct and you do this activity online.
This is Angles with Parallel Lines level 3 (Mixed questions). You can also try:
Alternate angles
Corresponding angles
Angles Points
Angles in triangles
Angles in Polygons
Angles in Circles
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❎Level 1  Alternate angles
Level 2  Corresponding angles
Level 3  Mixed questions
The mixed questions provide a recap of levels one and two and offer an opportunity for a little more problem solving rather than simply applying a rule.
Example:
Chase  A large diagram of interconnected lines challenges you to work out all of the angles.
Exam Style questions are in the style of GCSE or IB/Alevel exam paper questions and worked solutions are available for Transum subscribers.
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See the National Curriculum page for links to related online activities and resources.
Alternate anglesThis diagram shows pairs of alternate angles which are equal 

Corresponding anglesThis diagram shows pairs of corresponding angles which are equal 
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Karen, De La Salle College
Tuesday, January 4, 2022
"Hi,
I am not sure if it is my computer but when I enter an answer some of my answers are changed and are then wrong.
I liked this resource but this problem makes it difficult to use.
Thanks.
[Transum: Sorry to hear that Karen. I have not been able to reproduce that problem from this end. If anyone else experiences a problem please let me know. It may be something on your computer Karen]"
Trisha, Marist College
Friday, August 5, 2022
"Hi,
My students have been having the same issue where they put the right answer in but then it changes it and shows that it is wrong.
[Transum: Hello Trisha. Thanks for leaving this message. I am still unable to reproduce the problem. I wonder if someone could give me some more information about when this problem occurs. Is it when the Check button is clicked. Is it when the mouse scroll wheel is used? What value are the answers changed to? What type of device is being used? What browser is being used. Any other ideas gratefully received. Thanks]"