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ash2326

For @Hayatcakes find angle a if mDE is equal to 50 degrees and mBC is equal to 10 degrees? http://i729.photobucket.com/albums/ww292/akatushi101/A2_73_Quiz_28q5.gif it would be 30?

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    the choices are: 20 degrees 30 degrees 40 degrees 50 degrees

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    ash .. you can't view the picture ? or do you want me to reupload it ?

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    @Hayatcakes how did you solve this?

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    well i divided 50/2 because my lesson discusses about dividing in half . so its closest to 30?

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    What's the lesson's name?

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    Geometry of Circles

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    ohhhh i did this : 50 + 10 = 60 60/2 = 30

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