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Find the values of a and b in the rhombus below

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    what's/where's a and b?

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    since it alternate interior angle

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    woops sorry HERE

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    where's C? very cryptic you are

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    Danng Sorry

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    a quiz question?

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    well, i guess the lines on either sides must be parallel right.

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    |dw:1343193517630:dw|

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    which must mean the angle o nthe opposite sides are equal, according to the z rule|dw:1343193588427:dw|

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    just this one.. I just wanna know A is correct, not C btw I forgot. lol.. cuz i did was like this 26+26=52 180-52=128

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    ooh its now a quiz btw.. its a homework..

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    maybe draw it out and relabel it, cause i dont undertand u

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    Sorry.. but I got the answer already.. but thank you @NotTim anyway for helping

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    ok

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    Sorry..

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