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  • one year ago

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

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    if you split the triangle in half (the dotted line) you would have two congruent triangles

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    you know angle fhg is 90 degrees

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    since the triangles are congruent then you also know angle fhe is also 90 degrees

  6. anonymous
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    and they say angle g is 65 which then means angle e is also 65 because the triangles are congruent

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    do you know what all the angles equal in a triangle?

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    well for when you come back a triangle equals 180 degrees now you already know two angles 90, and 65 which equals 155 which you would then subtract from 180 which would give you your answer of 25 degrees

  10. anonymous
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    angle hfe = 25 degrees

  11. ASAPT
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    oh ok thanks can you guys help with more?

  12. anonymous
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    I'll do my best :P

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