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  • one year ago

Given triangle FGE find m<HFE if m<G=65 degrees

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  1. ASAPT
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  2. alekos
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    If m<G = 65 then m<E is also 65 because we have an isosceles triangle. So what do you think m<F would be?

  3. ASAPT
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    im not sure

  4. alekos
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    the angles in any triangle need to add up to 180 degrees

  5. alekos
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    does that help?

  6. ASAPT
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    yea

  7. alekos
    • one year ago
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    OK, so what do you think m<F is?

  8. alekos
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    i dont think i'll be helping you out anymore. you just got the answer from someone else!!

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