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Please help me in finding the missing angles of a triangles

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your diagram is not clear!

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What's 52?
is it the angle or length???
You should know... unless you do, your question isn't clear O.O
i guess the angle shud be 52,otherwise unknown cannot be found....
You see three triangles, right? One big triangle and it's divided into two smaller triangles.
No matter how weird the triangle, its internal angles always have measures that add up to...?
this diagram is not clear at all.. is it the isosceles triangle? is the mid line dividing the angle by half?? several questions are arising.... pls make this clear!!! @anikaramiro

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