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Parallelogram ACFD is split in two parts so that ABED and FEBC are congruent isosceles trapezoids. What are the measures of all the angles of trapezoid FEBC if angle D is 48°?
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Angle C = _________________
Angle F = --------------
Angle <CBE = ________________
Angle <FEB = --------------
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@mathstudent55 can you help me please..
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In an isosceles trapezoid, there are two pairs of congruent base angles.
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In a parallelogram, opposite angles are congruent.
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In a parallelogram, consecutive angles are supplementary.
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can u help me get the answers?
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I just wrote all the anlge measures. Can you read them off the picture?
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so c is 48
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yes
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Angle <CBE = ________________ Angle <FEB = -------------- what bout those
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In one drawing you have the angle measures. In the other drawing you have the angle names. Just match them. All the answers are there.