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If AB is parallel to CD, angle A = 35 degrees and angle C = 45 degrees, find the number of degrees in angle AEC.

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    is there a diagram to this?

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    yes hold on.......

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    there it is^^^

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    |dw:1352843932155:dw| do you know about alternate angles? also called Z angles?

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    ya i learned about them, but can u refresh my memory its been awhile

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    |dw:1352844207970:dw|

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    |dw:1352844321462:dw| can you find a and b?

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    ok i got 80...

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    :) note! this is only applicable when the two lines up and down are parallel :) u got it xx

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    isn't it the same?

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    thank you!

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    a=35, b=45. angle at E=a+b=35+45=80

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