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anonymous
 one year ago
If m<A = 2x and m<D = 9x + 15, then what is m<A?
A.) 15°
B.) 20°
C.) 30°
D.) 34°
anonymous
 one year ago
If m<A = 2x and m<D = 9x + 15, then what is m<A? A.) 15° B.) 20° C.) 30° D.) 34°

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