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  • 5 years ago

Please help identify <1, <2, <3, <4, <5, and <6. Please hold for attachment

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    am I correct in saying that each triangle is 180

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    By 180 you mean 180 degrees yes

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    yes

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    every single triangle's angles always always add up to being 180 degrees.

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    ok, How do I find the measures. I really need help understanding. can we start with m<1? would I say that 55 degrees minus 90 would be 35 degree. so m<1 is 35

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    Can someone please help me understand?

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