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is there a picture?
lol. You studyin' the alphabet?
lol no im not sure how to get the picturee on

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save itto your computer then attach file buttom at bottom
look at the lines, its fairly easy
the angle with one like equals the one with one, the angle with 2 equals the one with 2 and the same with 3.
wait what? lol im confused :(
okay so angle has how many lines?
angle A*
Angles with the same number of lines are being marked as equal.
yes and what angle on the other picture has 3?
ohhhh okay wait i get it now i think.
so it would be D?
okay good. did I help?
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can I maybe get best answer?

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