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KatieMO

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PLEASE HELP on polygon questions!!!! Medal and Fan will be given!!!!

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    IN a parallellogram the diagonals bisect each other so y=3x y+12 = 6x Solving the above x=4, y =12

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    yes 1 is indeed (3m + 20) sum of internal angles in a parallellogram is 360 degrees so (3m+20) + 5m + (3m+20) + 5m =360 you can also use sum o fadjacent angles in a paralleogram is 180 to find m 3m+ 20 +5m =180 you get m = 20 hence angle 1 is 3m +20 which is 80 degrees

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    Oh my gosh!! Thank you SO MUCH!! And thanks for breaking it down!! Like, I just don't think my teacher gives a 2 cent turn about us, and she woun't help. lol THANK YOU!

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