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Determine the measure of A.

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    @AriPotta

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    oh this is easy!

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    c'mon reaper. give it a shot.

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    idk i havent done these

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    wait a min

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    . A = 35° B. A = 55° C. A = 62.5° D. A = 125° c

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    not a i mean d

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    angles A and C are vertical angles. vertical angles are congruent. so what's the measure of angle A?

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    yea, d

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    ok remember the prrofs?

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    heh?

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    Use the following problem to answer the question below: Given:m angleABE=angleCBD Prove:m angle ABD=m angle CBE

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    ahhh nvm table cant copy paste thx tho

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    okie. sorry

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