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2. In the given figure, TPA = PQC = 135°. Which one of the following postulates proves the lines and are parallel?
A. Converse of corresponding angle postulate
B. Corresponding angle postulate
C. Angle addition postulate
D. Segment addition postulate

In the given figure, m TPA = m PQC = 135°. The following postulates proves the lines AB and CD are parallel: If AB and CB are parallel lines, then the corresponding angles are congruent.

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In the given figure, m TPA = m PQC = 135°. The following postulates proves the lines AB and CD are parallel: If AB and CB are parallel lines, then the corresponding angles are congruent.

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Four students had the following amounts of money in their pockets: $3.14, $.67, $2.45, and $1.14. How much money did they have all together?
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B. $7.00
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