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Task 2: 1. What angle measure forms a linear pair with an angle that measures 125°? 2. What is the measure of <1 3. What is the measure of <2

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    Is there a picture?

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    If not, it seems as if there could be many answers.

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    no, no picture

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    oh, ok, so any angles that add up to 125 degrees.

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    So one angle can be 100 and the other 25.

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    Your guess is as good as mine, I'm geometry challenged

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    how would I word that

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    It asks for a linear pair, and one given angle is 125 degrees. That means that they must add up to 180 degree.

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    So then one angle must be 55 and the other that is give would be 125.

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    ic,ty

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