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Give the name that best describes the parallelogram, and find the measures of the numbered angles. The diagram is not drawn to scale
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I know that it's 32. But is that right? Or does there have to be more than one answer for all the angles? Because the triangle has to equal up to 180. So, if it was 116 + 32 + 32.. that would equal 180.

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Split the triangles in half... Got that part?
alright alright go on
and wait, what's the answers you can choose?
theres no multiple choice ... which sucks haha
There's a 1, 2, 3 and, 4, which you said best, which is 32. Say 1 = 32 2 = 32 3 = 32 4 = 32
32 degrees*
ooohh okay, i didn't know if they were all 32 or what the heck was goin on haha but thank you! :)
And for the first question... "Give the name that best describes the parallelogram"... Rhombus.
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right on, thanks!
you're welcome, see-you later

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