Transversal cuts parallel lines and as shown in the diagram, and m4 = 55.1°. What are m5 and m7?m 5 = 34.9°, and m 7 = 145.1°.
m 5 = 55.1°, and m 7 = 34.9°.
m 5 = 124.9°, and m 7 = 55.1°.
m 5 = 55.1°, and m 7 = 124.9°.
m 5 = 34.9°, and m 7 = 55.1°.
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angle 5= 55.1 and angle 7= 124.9 do you know why it is?
i have no clue at all
Aye Geometry ur still in school?
angle 4= 55.1 and its inverse which is point 1 e 5=55.1 also angle 11 is the same as angle 5 and point 4. so point 5 =55.1. P 7 and since its not vertical from it but rather direct then edge 5 and point 7 needs to equivalent 180. presently since edge 5 equivalents 55.1 you subtract it from 180 which gets you 124.9. also Presently you realize that point 5= 55.1 and edge 7= 124.9. When you add them it should rise to 180.
yeah i am im a rising junior and alright i think i might have it maybe