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melstutes

  • one year ago

If ∠8 measures 124°, what is the sum of the measures of ∠6 and ∠7?

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  1. melstutes
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  2. anonymous
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    6 and 7 measure the same because they are vertical. So we only have to find 6

  3. anonymous
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    To find 6 we will have to minus 124 from 180 because a strait line always equal to 180 degree. 180-124 =

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    56

  5. anonymous
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    Yep :)

  6. melstutes
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    Do I add those 2

  7. anonymous
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    Now we have to add 56 + 56 because they want the sum of ∠6 and ∠7

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    Yes you do.

  9. melstutes
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    why

  10. melstutes
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    112

  11. anonymous
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  12. anonymous
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    Because they said they wanted the sum of ∠6 and ∠7. btw, your right

  13. melstutes
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    Awesome can we try 1 more?

  14. anonymous
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    Okay

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    |dw:1433550133520:dw|

  16. melstutes
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    If < 8 measure 118, what is measure of angles 1 and 4

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  17. anonymous
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    All of them equals the same.

  18. anonymous
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    8 and 4 are parallel angles so they're the same measure. 4 and 1 are vertical so that makes them the same measure as well. So all of them equal 118 degrees.

  19. melstutes
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    Thank you so much. I have never had Geometry and they expect me to know this in my virtual class.

  20. anonymous
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    Virtual classes can be hard. I went through that.

  21. melstutes
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    I appreciate your help.

  22. anonymous
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    Np :)

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