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What are the measures of Angles a, b, and c? Show your work and explain your answers.

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  1. anonymous
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    @mathway

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    @Kash_TheSmartGuy

  4. anonymous
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    Finding angle A is the easiest. Do you know what vertical angle theorem states?

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    no? lol im trying to find a,b, and c i need all 3 of them

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  7. anonymous
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    okay so how do i find the angles

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  9. anonymous
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    What do you think is angle A based on what I drew?

  10. anonymous
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    35 since a and b are congruent?

  11. anonymous
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    Yes.

  12. anonymous
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    Did you see the square symbol in the triangle where angles a and b are located?

  13. anonymous
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    Do you know what that symbol means?

  14. anonymous
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    no

  15. anonymous
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    equalt too?

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    It means it is a right triangle.

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  18. anonymous
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    If it is a right triangle, the it means it is 90 degrees, correct?

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  20. anonymous
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    Now, how many angles are there (in total) in a triangle?

  21. anonymous
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    3

  22. anonymous
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    That's the side.

  23. anonymous
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    idk angles

  24. anonymous
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    You should know that there are 180 degrees in a triangle.

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  26. anonymous
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    to find b, add the angles together then subtract them from 180.

  27. anonymous
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    angle b**

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  29. anonymous
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    You know how to do the math, don't you?

  30. anonymous
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    yea 125

  31. anonymous
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    :(

  32. anonymous
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    WHat is 35 + 90?

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    125

  34. anonymous
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    WHat is 180-125?

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    55

  36. anonymous
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    so c is 55?

  37. anonymous
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    No, b is 55.

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  39. anonymous
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    For angle C, use the supplementary angles theorem.

  40. anonymous
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    supplementary means two angles are equal to 180.

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  42. anonymous
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    okay

  43. anonymous
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    Do you now know how to get angle C? :)

  44. anonymous
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    ik i have to add with the 70

  45. anonymous
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    Yes, so... \[<C=180-70\]

  46. anonymous
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    110?

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    Then that's it. :)

  48. anonymous
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    okay so what was a than ;(

  49. anonymous
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    Yes. :) Great job!

  50. anonymous
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    what than?

  51. anonymous
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    what was (a)

  52. anonymous
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    Angle A?

  53. anonymous
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    You already answered that. Look up.

  54. anonymous
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    Scroll up our conversation. That's the first thing we did. :/

  55. anonymous
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    35 i think

  56. anonymous
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    And I said "yes," right? :)

  57. anonymous
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    pretty sure :)

  58. anonymous
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    It's 35 because of the Vertical Angle Theorem.

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    okay okay thanks

  60. anonymous
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    np

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