anonymous
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need helpp with geometry problems
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What are they?
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anonymous
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I can't read the numbers on the figures :/
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can i gt help
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Well, the sum of all the angles in a quadrilateral will always be 360 degrees. For example, on the first one, 100+87+106+x = 360, so x = 67 degrees. Can you do the rest by yourself now knowing that? I don't want to take away all of the practice you'd get from these.
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how do you know when it equals 360 or 180
anonymous
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and can we do 42 and 46 because i dont understand them
anonymous
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The sum of the angles of triangles add up to 180, but all quadrilateral's angles add up to 360. And with #42 and #46, when it has the little red square in the corner, that means it's a right angle and so is equal to 90 degrees. Can you work them from there? (:

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