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What is the measure of angle AOC if angle AOB=x and angle BOC=y, when (a.) OC is the interior of angle AOB, (b.) OC is in the exterior of angle AOB?

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@Bad ref u there
Yep.
First step: draw pictures for both examples.

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Sorry, can't be here long. I'll try to do this as fast as I can.
okay thanx
Draw pictures! Can you do that?|dw:1345600390433:dw|
What are the angles?
Sorry, got the numbers mixed up.
The first one is #2, and the second one is #1.
um bad ref i am helping someone lol cuz no one in the chat box wants to help her
Anyways, in the second picture, AOB is x and BOC is y, so AOC is x-y. In the first one, the angles add, so AOC is x+y. Those are your problems' answers, in reverse order.
okay thanx for the help bad ref
i owe ya big time
did u get it @monisofi29
yep :)

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