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..... ° and ......°. Find mA. The figure is not drawn to scale. 44° 22° 75° 84°

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    for the second .....

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    for the first.....

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    is it 106-62 times .5

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    Yeah.

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    22

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    what are the degrees you listed in the question related to? and the formula to get the measure of angle A is: m<A= 1/2(mDE-mBC) with mDE and mBC meaning arc measures

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