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  1. anonymous
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    The image shown has two triangles sharing a vertex: What is the measure of ∠TVU, and why? y, because Triangle RST is similar to triangle VUT y over 2, because Triangle RST is congruent to triangle VUT y + 55 degrees, because Triangle RST is similar to triangle TUV 125 degrees − y, because Triangle RST is congruent to triangle TUV

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    @They_Call_Me_Narii

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    180+55=235

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    ok so whats the answer?

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    235

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    thats not an option

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    y, because Triangle RST is similar to triangle VUT y over 2, because Triangle RST is congruent to triangle VUT y + 55 degrees, because Triangle RST is similar to triangle TUV 125 degrees − y, because Triangle RST is congruent to triangle TUV

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