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Find m1 and m3 in the kite. The diagram is not drawn to scale

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m1 = 39 degrees and you'll find measure of 3 by using fact that 3 angles in triangle add up to 180
what is m2?

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I don't know I don't really get it
the measure of angle 2
what is the value of the angles formed by intersection of AC and DB? in a kite these are always ?
Oh ok I gotcha
good
Thank you
yw
so what exactly is the answer explained?
..what's the answer? and how did you get it?
because the diagonals of a kite intersect at right angles angle 2 = 90 degress and angle next to it = 90 degrees so because of the property 3 angles of a triangle add up to 180 degrees angle 3 = 180 - (39 + 90) = 180 - 129 = 51 degrees
ohh. okay. thank you!

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