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A Triangles angles will add up to 180 degrees first off so angle 3 will be 180 degrees = angle 2 + angle 3 + 90 degrees (because it is a right angle) then realize that, the top angles of all the triangles have to equal 360 degrees because the form a circle |dw:1433638994069:dw|
|dw:1433639195057:dw| where a, through f are all angles also notice 360 = a + b + c + d + e + f also note that a = b = c = d = e = f
drew the wrong shape for the first picture but it remains the same in concept, mind is kind of out of it at the moment. Do you follow?
Kindof... I think its 60% 15° 45° 60° 30° those are my options
Its 45% then?
your first guess was correct
took a second to check
Ah , thank you then!
I hope you understood what I was explaining
Because this stuff isn't going to go away
Yes I do understand
May I clarify, please correct me if I'm wrong, I was confused when I saw the answer (15). Shouldn't be 60 degrees? 180 = Angle 1 + Angle 3 + 90 Degrees Angle 1 (in context, forms a circle) a+b+c+d+e...+k+l = 360 degrees a=b=c=d=e...=k=l (Total of 12 angles) 360/12 = 30 (This is Angle 1) 180 = 30 Degrees +Angle 3 + 90 Degrees 180 - 30 - 90 = Angle 3 60 Degrees = Angle 3
he said he thought it was 60 degrees not 15 degrees
Oopss...I interpreted it at a wrong angle. I thought he was 60% sure that it was 15 degrees. All along it was 60 degrees lol Sorry for the misinterpretation.