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anonymous

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What is the measure of the missing angle?

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  1. anonymous
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    what do you think it is

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    |dw:1327974688121:dw|

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    if you can read it the numbers are 94 and 52

  4. anonymous
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    and the options to chose from are 34° 56° 146° 180°

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    can we clarify those angles? to find the missing angle add 94+52 and then subtract that from 180

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    then a=180-(94+52)=34

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    why is there so many people on 1 problem? come my way

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