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2=106 right?

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we don't know that. We can't assume the picture is drawn to scale. did the picture have any markings or lines that you're forgetting? Small ones. Give the directions. That may help.
in the rhombus measure of angle 1 =106 what are 2 and 3....not drawn to scale and yes ill redraw it
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and 106 is 1
|dw:1357072834765:dw| 2 is 106
ok i figured that but what is 3?
106 and 37
106*2+2*x = 360, sfx you get 74 but since it is half of that you get 37
well, if we know that 2 is 106, and the two sides of the triangle are equal. Then we know that the triangle is isosoles. The two angles opposite the two equal sides are equal Therefore, we do the equation 180=108+2x

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