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Given that JKLM is a rhombus, find m<1

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  1. ASAPT
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  2. welshfella
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    - it could be anything have you some more info?

  3. ASAPT
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    A. 53° B. 90° C. 104° D. 128°

  4. welshfella
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    a rhombus has all 4 sides equal so triangle JKM is isosceles , so what is m < JKM?

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    37

  6. welshfella
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    yea its also called < 3

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    m angle MKL also = 37 ( interior alternate angles)

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    and as triangle JKL is isosceles m < 2 = 180 - (37+37)) / 2 = 106/ 2 = 53

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    so now that you know the measure of angles 2 and 3 can you find m< 1?

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    look at triangle J1K

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    |dw:1436629815785:dw|

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    the 3 angles add up to 180 so 1 = 180 - (58+37) = ?

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    90 thanks @welshfella

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    can you help with more? @welshfella

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    i have to go for about 1 hour

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