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keke123

  • 4 years ago

Lines p and q are parallel. Explain how to determine the measure of <D?

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  1. keke123
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  2. Hero
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    D = 97

  3. Hero
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    83 + 97 = 180

  4. 101Ryan101
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    83 + A = 180 A = 97 since p and q are parallel, G = 83 and D = A so A = 97

  5. merllet15115
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    note* adjacent angles on a straight line must add up to 180 degrees, and <D is the same a <A

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