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4. Solve the following. In ABC, AB = CB, mABC = 4x – 3, and mCAB = x – 3. What is mACB? (1 point) 28.5° 31.5° 63° 34.5°

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31.5°
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what about this one. 5. In an isosceles triangle that is not equilateral, the angle between the congruent sides is called a _______angle. (1 point) leg vertex base corollary
what a stupidly worded question. it's obviously not equilateral if it's isosceles :l
Then what is it?
lol same thing im saying
i have no idea lol.
im gussing vertex
wat u guys think? my answer vertex
yeah it is vertex!!
ok
i was right
The first question is not 31.5 it is 28.5. I just took this same quiz.
prettyboy thought he was sure... but naw! 28.5

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