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Just so you know I have a few more questions and only 26mins to answer them
can be more specific with angles !!

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erm ur in a test?
Thats all they gave me! and no but i do online schooling and I have i time limit on everything
i mean, which angle is 130 and which one is 70 ??
the question is quit hard to understand !
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Sorry! Im just writing what it shows
this is quite simple... can u give a try...
Trust me If i could I would but im bad at math and I can never seem to really get it
ohkey, so what you can do, is write down ur observations from figure..
its a kite? haha no umm r=130 and s=70 but thats all i got
and sides r also equal, rt ?
yes
so opposite angles r also equal, rt ??
yes?
so what do u guess, what would be t ?
130?
perfect ... equal to angle r :) its simple, jst need to look arnd for data...
but my options are 45 70 90 and 65
then it's 70 !
okay thats what i though cause i selected that one ha
question is not clear !
so angle r must be 70.... :D
I have just a couple more...If you dont mind!
yep @Ganpat but still the question is wrong ! the total sum isn't 360
yes... agree.. @kritima @UmmmHELP : hey i guess, answer is 90 degree.. i went little wrong in calculations...
how ?
yah it is 90 but again you have to change the question
Yeah 90 was right
nopes.. look at the figure.. |dw:1358072974135:dw| 65 + 90 + rys = 180 , therefore rys = 25 tys = 70 - rty = 45 tys + 90 + rty = 180 45 + 90 + rty = 180 rty = 45.. therefore and T = 90 degree..
@kritima : this might help u understand, when angles r equal and when r not !!!
ok i got it !
Yeah it was 90 degrees!! Thanks!
:) sorry for Inconvinience !!

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