Parallel Structure. The parallel structure of a sentence refers to the extent to which different parts of the sentence match each other in form. When more than one phrase or description is used in a sentence, those phrases or descriptions should be consistent with one an other in their form and wording. Practice Answers Springboard Geometry Unit 1 Practice Answer Key A5 SpringBoard Geometry, Unit 2 Practice Answers LeSSon 14-2 76. a. x y P R Q b. inside c. No. The medians of any triangle meet inside the triangle. perpendicular bisectors of the sides of a right d. (2, 0) 77. (3, 2) 78. a. 1.5 b. 13.5 Page 7/30
7. What is the slope parallel to the linear equation: 2y + 3x = c. -3/2 D. 2/3 Use the graph on the right to answer #8-10 8. What is the slope on the right? A. -12 9. What IS the yr-intercept of the graph on the right? A. -1.5 D. none 21 10. What is the slope perpendicular to the graph on the right but goes through the point (2, 5)? Global Hist. & Geo. Rating Guide – June ’18  Vol. 1 Contents of the Rating Guide For Part I(Multiple-Choice Questions): † Scoring Key For Part II(thematic) essay: † A content-specific rubric
Printable worksheets for teaching students about complete sentences, run-on sentences, and sentence fragments Key Takeaways. Parallelism creates a sense of rhythm and balance in writing by using the same grammatical structure to express equal ideas. Faulty parallelism occurs when elements of a sentence are not balanced, causing the sentence to sound clunky and awkward.