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linda18

  • 2 years ago

if < DBC is 90 and and angle 2 is 28. find angle 1

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  1. katiebugg
    • 2 years ago
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    i need more info

  2. linda18
    • 2 years ago
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    okay one min

  3. linda18
    • 2 years ago
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    draw a graph and then put a diagnle line to the right

  4. katiebugg
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    u go ahead and do it so i dont mess it upp

  5. linda18
    • 2 years ago
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    |dw:1341955263613:dw|

  6. linda18
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    i have no idea how to do it right

  7. katiebugg
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    90-28

  8. linda18
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    omg thank you soo much

  9. katiebugg
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    angle ABD is 90 because angle DBC is 90

  10. linda18
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    i might have another ?

  11. katiebugg
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    lol mmk

  12. linda18
    • 2 years ago
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    soo its 62

  13. katiebugg
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    yess

  14. linda18
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    okay one more please

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    mk

  16. linda18
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    which point is exterior to < APD i have the graph just one min

  17. katiebugg
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    k

  18. linda18
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    |dw:1341955615525:dw|

  19. katiebugg
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    exterior?? idk sorry

  20. linda18
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    it okay thank u

  21. linda18
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    ONE MORE

  22. katiebugg
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    k what it it

  23. linda18
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    angle 2 and angle 4 are called ---- angles |dw:1341956912568:dw|

  24. katiebugg
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    vertical angles

  25. linda18
    • 2 years ago
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    there not supplementary

  26. katiebugg
    • 2 years ago
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    they could be if they were both 90 but from what i see their vertical angles

  27. linda18
    • 2 years ago
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    okay thank u but i might have one more sooo don't leave

  28. katiebugg
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    mk

  29. linda18
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    m<b=32. find the measure of it supplement

  30. linda18
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    is it 148

  31. katiebugg
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    easy subtract 180-32 sup=180 com=90 yess!!! u got it

  32. linda18
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    okay

  33. linda18
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    sooo every time i need help u go one openstudy.com and log in

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