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marcoduuuh
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What is the measure of < MJK in the figure below?
(Picture below.)
A. 58
B. 64
C. 32
D. 60
E. 15
F. can't be determined
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marcoduuuh Group Title
What is the measure of < MJK in the figure below? (Picture below.) A. 58 B. 64 C. 32 D. 60 E. 15 F. can't be determined
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@AriPotta @omnomnom
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OMG MY SMART SCORE WENT UP :D
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YAY CONGRATS! & THANKS ARI. c;
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I think its 58..
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T'was B. :(
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AriPotta Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
it would be 64 if ML = LK, but we don't that, so i don't think we can assume
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SORRY T_T why do you get hard geometry questions?
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It's okay haha! :D
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Ari what are you doing?
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i was walking my dog
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