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dariyana

  • 3 years ago

What is the value of G? 34 46 56 88

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  1. dariyana
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    @Eyad

  3. Wired
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    Both triangles are Isosceles. The angles opposite of the equal sides are the same. Since the three angles in a triangle when added together equal 180 degrees, do you know how to solve for the other two angles in the triangle that has an 88 degree angle between the two equal sideS?

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    no

  5. Wired
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    Angle A + Angle B + Angle C = 180 Shortening that to: A + B + C = 180 A = B C = 88 Therefore: A + B + C = 180 A + A + 88 = 180 Solve for A.

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    so it 46 @Wired

  7. Wired
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    Yep. Because G is a vertical angle with 46, they're equal to each other.

  8. dariyana
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    What is the m∠ADC? 14 24 44 134 @Wired

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    Please start a new question.

  10. dariyana
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    ok

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