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  1. anonymous
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    whatcha need?

  2. geekfromthefutur
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    Ikr lol im just helping my sister

  4. anonymous
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    i would say that because cd and ef are parallel, and de runs through the middle, than their opposite angles will be equal.

  5. anonymous
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    that makes no sense. it's alot easier to explain in person. sorry.

  6. geekfromthefutur
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    Yea ik lol. I was trying to explain it

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    @phi

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    Can you do this problem

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    the missing line 4 is the same idea as used in line 5 except for m < NYx = sum (put in the 2 angles ) and for the same reason (angle addition postulate)

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