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find the missing angles

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do you have numbers that go along with the pic?
yeah the angle bellow is 40 degrees

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dpalnc do you get it
I get it one sec
P= 40 degress
180-40=140 for q
k how about q
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Yeah man just remember a straight line equals 180.. If you have 40 you subtract it.
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