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Lines g, h, and l are parallel and m < 1 = 52°.
What is m 11?
A.
38°
B.
52°
C.
128°
D.
138°

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someone please help me

- mathstudent55

All angles have only 1 of 2 measures.

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Look at angles 1 and 2.
They are supplementary.
Supplementary angles are two angles whose measures add up to 180 deg.

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If angle 1 measures 52 deg, then what is the measure of angle 2?

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C

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i don't know how to do this @mathstudent55

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its C

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m < 1 = m < 5 = m < 9
m < 3 = m < 7 = m < 11
m < 1 + m < 3 = 180
m < 5 + m < 7 = 180
m < 9 + m < 11 = 180
knowing this, you should be able to figure out m < 11

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i don't know how to solve for it my teacher doesnt take the time to explian it

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In this figure, there are only 2 different angle measures.
One measure is 52 deg, like angle 1.
The other measure is an angle like angle 2.
The measures of angle 1 and angle 2 add up to 180.
Since angle 1 has measure 52 deg, what must the measure of angle 2 be?

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128 @mathstudent55

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i understand this now thank you so much @mathstudent55

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Correct.
Now all angles in this figure have measure 52 or 128.

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