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DEFG is an isosceles trapezoid. Find the measure of E. (Picture below.)

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as it's isoceles so angle E is same as angle F

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Learn those theorems. Base angles of an isosceles trapezoid are congruent. There are two pairs of base angles here: E and F and then pair D and G.
If E=F, then E=62?
>> If E=F, then E=62? Yes. Also, < G = 118.
Alright, that was so easy, I didn't get it haha. Thanks!
What do you mean you did not get it? Do you have questions? We can further explain. Or, was 62 incorrect? @marcoduuuh Just ask. All of us are here to help you.
No! I've got it! I understood everything! Thank so much for your help!
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@marcoduuuh Review properties of isosceles trapezoids here:
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DEFG is an isosceles trapezoid

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