## KrystaRenee Name the angle included by the sides and PN and NM. <N <P <M none of the above one year ago one year ago

1. KrystaRenee

2. mayankdevnani

right @jiteshmeghwal9

3. jiteshmeghwal9

yes !

4. mayankdevnani

ok @KrystaRenee

5. mayankdevnani

right @ajprincess

6. KrystaRenee

Thank you!

7. mayankdevnani

welcome

8. ajprincess

|dw:1352792705437:dw| I suppose the question asks abt the angle made by the sides PN and NM

9. mayankdevnani

yaa angleN

10. KrystaRenee

Yeah, but no it wasn't angle N. It was M.

11. ajprincess

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12. mayankdevnani

@ajprincess you confused me

13. mayankdevnani

yaa it was <M i am right @ajprincess

14. ajprincess

if the question is the angle made by PM and NM then angle m is right:)

15. mayankdevnani

yaa

16. mayankdevnani

right @jiteshmeghwal9

17. jiteshmeghwal9

yes!

18. ajprincess

19. jiteshmeghwal9

@mayankdevnani, go to the link given by @ajprincess

20. mayankdevnani

yaa @ajprincess is right

21. mayankdevnani

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22. ajprincess

Another proof.:) question no 37 http://www.mhsweather.org/images/Geometry_Fall_Final_Sample.pdf

23. mayankdevnani

because NM=MN

24. ajprincess

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25. mayankdevnani

yaaa

26. mayankdevnani

forget it!!!! now go to open questions!!! @ajprincess nd @jiteshmeghwal9