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    #1 what do u think the answer is?

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    the third on

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    M=P, N=Q, O=R MN=PQ, NO=QR....

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    it says MNO and PQR are congruent. The pattern of the numbers is very important. M corresponds to P and so on.

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    letters**

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    the first one?

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    yes

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    #2 what do you know about <B and <Q

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    set the equations equal and solve for v. Then replug it into each equation to get the measure. I have to go. Good luck.

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    idk how to set the equatiion

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    for the first one: MN=PR for the second: Given, triangle ABC = triangle PQR, m<B = 3v + 4, and m<Q = 8v - 6, find m<B and m<Q. 5v = 10 v = 2 m<B = 10 and m<Q = 10

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    so its 10?

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    yesh

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