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bethjewell1996 Group Title

Find the value of A and B?

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    Can anyone help please I don`t get this at all

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    sorry I dont really know how to explain exactly but there are 4 angles so thats 360 degrees. 113+36=149. 149-360= 211, So I guess just subtract both angles and you will get your answer.

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    so if I subtract A and B from 360 I`ll get the answers

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    no 211 is the remaining so if you subtract 211 from a and b then those are the 2 missing angles.

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    but my question is I know those are the 2 missing angles but I dont know which is a and which is b?

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    sorry I dont know if I am right. maybe someone else can help us.

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    No your helping more then anyone else. Thank you so much

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    I am really not sure though I was taught how to do this but I already forgot. I will have to look over this later.

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    LM is the midsegment of trapezoid ABCD. If AB = 46 and DC = 125, what is LM?

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    46+125=? divided by 2 is the answer

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    so its 85.5?

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