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Sarla made a drawing of a geometric figure for a fabric print. The figure was a quadrilateral with a pair of angles measuring 40° each. If the figure she drew is a concave polygon, which of these could be the measures of the other two angles? Answer 130°, 150° 160°, 140° 200°, 80° 220°, 110°

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Help please
wats concave?
Concave is when a shape/figure has an inworded point like a "Cave"

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|dw:1343783311359:dw| like that?
btw, the total interior angle of a quadilateral is 360
360-40-40. That leaves you the total angle left for the other angles. should do the se3cond step related to concaves. i cant remember
I'm gonna go with the first answer...... thanks though
I kinda, got it, i think thanks.

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