cheslea_
if m<2=67 (degrees) then find m<1?
anyone know how to do that ?



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gaara438125
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do you have a picture...?

AriPotta
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is there a figure with this?

cheslea_
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yes

cheslea_
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cheslea_
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i tried my best lol

AriPotta
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alright, so these angles are a linear pair...what do you know about linear pairs?

gaara438125
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angle 1 and 2 form a straight line, and a straight line = 180 degrees
so if angle 2 is 67 you subtract that from 180 providing you angle 1

AriPotta
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yep

cheslea_
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60 (degrees)?

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idk if that will help any

gaara438125
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what's 180  67 = your answer

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ohhhhh omg i got it! thankssss !