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Please help me in finding the missing angles of a triangles

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  1. ryan123345
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    nobody is going to help you because u never give us a medal

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  2. anikaramiro
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    |dw:1358171643476:dw|

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  3. Zaara
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    your diagram is not clear!

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    |dw:1358171855063:dw|

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  5. terenzreignz
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    What's 52?

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  6. Zaara
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    is it the angle or length???

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  7. terenzreignz
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    You should know... unless you do, your question isn't clear O.O

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    i guess the angle shud be 52,otherwise unknown cannot be found....

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  9. terenzreignz
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    You see three triangles, right? One big triangle and it's divided into two smaller triangles.

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    No matter how weird the triangle, its internal angles always have measures that add up to...?

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    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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