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If angle a measures 130*,what is the measurement of angle b? 50*,60*,70*,130*

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Yeah , but i need to know what does the angle a have to do with angle b ?
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LOL it's okay , but i don't understand the question . i seems like something is missing from the question....
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Ohh , it's 50 i understand what was going on. your trying to get to 180*...
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