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What are the measures of Angles a, b, and c? Show your work and explain your answers. Two straight lines intersect at a point to form angle a. The measure of the angle opposite to angle a is 30 degrees. Angle a is the angle of a right triangle having another angle equal to b. A triangle with one angle labeled c is on the left of the figure. The angle adjacent to c is labeled 75 degrees.

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  1. anonymous
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    @pooja195

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    @muscrat123

  3. muscrat123
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    i have to do FLVS, sorry. maybe real quick

  4. anonymous
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    Its from FLVS and i failed the past 2 tests on this question

  5. muscrat123
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    which grade r u doing?

  6. anonymous
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    7th grade

  7. muscrat123
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    algebra?

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    Mathematics

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    Exam 5.12

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    Module 5 test part 2

  11. muscrat123
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    oh bc im doing 7th grade algebra. Actually, now that i think about it, this was my ? too. i just started probability. ok. hold on so i can solve

  12. anonymous
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    ok

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    @pooja195

  14. muscrat123
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    is there a pic?

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    @Tashiya_Pandas

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  17. anonymous
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    u got it?

  18. muscrat123
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    yep thx

  19. anonymous
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    mmk so how do u get it and wyhats the answers'

  20. muscrat123
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    hang on.

  21. anonymous
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    whats the ?

  22. anonymous
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    What are the measures of Angles a, b, and c? Show your work and explain your answers. Two straight lines intersect at a point to form angle a. The measure of the angle opposite to angle a is 30 degrees. Angle a is the angle of a right triangle having another angle equal to b. A triangle with one angle labeled c is on the left of the figure. The angle adjacent to c is labeled 75 degrees.

  23. muscrat123
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    ok. so i got a 100% on this test. i copied and pasted it. let me know if u dont understand.

  24. muscrat123
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    What are the measures of Angles a, b, and c? Show your work and explain your answers. Two straight lines intersect at a point to form angle a. The measure of the angle opposite to angle a is 40 degrees. Angle a is the angle of a right triangle having another angle equal to b. A triangle with one angle labeled c is on the left of the figure. The angle adjacent to c is labeled 65 degrees. Essay Submission Angle A: 45 degrees Angle B: 45 degrees Angle C: 115 degrees I found angle A and B because I know that in order for a triangle to be a triangle, all the angles need to add up to a total of 180 degrees. I know it is a right triangle, and one angle is 90 degrees. I also know that angle A and angle B are equal. So, the first thing i would do is 180 - 90, which equals 90. Then, since angles A and B are equal, I would divide 90 by 2 because there are two angles and 90 is what is left over after subtracting 90 from 180. So, angles A and B are 45 degrees. I found angle C because I know it is a supplementary angle and one of the two angles is 65 degrees. Since supplementary angles are two angles with a sum of 180 degrees, you would subtract 65 degrees from 180 degrees, 180 - 65. This equals 115, so angle C is 115 degrees. Points earned on this question: 10

  25. muscrat123
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    @Tashiya_Pandas ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

  26. anonymous
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    a and b are 45 because it says there is a right angle

  27. anonymous
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    so you do 180-90=90

  28. anonymous
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    so then u have 90 left and u divide that by 2 so that gives u 45 for a and b

  29. anonymous
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    and angle C you would find by doing (180-75) and that would give u C because those angles are complemtery angles

  30. anonymous
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    what abput C?

  31. muscrat123
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    did u c my answer?

  32. anonymous
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    mmk so the answer is?

  33. anonymous
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    Yeah

  34. anonymous
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    105

  35. muscrat123
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    that is what i put in the test and i got a 100

  36. anonymous
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    mmk what u put

  37. anonymous
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    yes it is

  38. muscrat123
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    Angle A: 45 degrees Angle B: 45 degrees Angle C: 115 degrees I found angle A and B because I know that in order for a triangle to be a triangle, all the angles need to add up to a total of 180 degrees. I know it is a right triangle, and one angle is 90 degrees. I also know that angle A and angle B are equal. So, the first thing i would do is 180 - 90, which equals 90. Then, since angles A and B are equal, I would divide 90 by 2 because there are two angles and 90 is what is left over after subtracting 90 from 180. So, angles A and B are 45 degrees. I found angle C because I know it is a supplementary angle and one of the two angles is 65 degrees. Since supplementary angles are two angles with a sum of 180 degrees, you would subtract 65 degrees from 180 degrees, 180 - 65. This equals 115, so angle C is 115 degrees.

  39. anonymous
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    ya, that angle was 65

  40. anonymous
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    er question the angle is 75

  41. anonymous
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    trust me i already passed 7th grade algebra

  42. anonymous
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    because her angle is 75 and ur was 65

  43. muscrat123
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    oh ok

  44. muscrat123
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    who is ur teacher @Tashiya_Pandas

  45. anonymous
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    yall take flvs?

  46. muscrat123
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    yep

  47. anonymous
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    same

  48. anonymous
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    im doing geometry though

  49. muscrat123
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    i do real school and online school

  50. anonymous
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    same

  51. muscrat123
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    what grade

  52. anonymous
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    going into 10th

  53. muscrat123
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    im 8

  54. anonymous
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    cool

  55. anonymous
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    My teacher is Mrs. Bussendorf in Math

  56. anonymous
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    my is Mr.Carrion

  57. anonymous
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    @Tashiya_Pandas what grade are u in?

  58. anonymous
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    7th

  59. anonymous
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    really?

  60. anonymous
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    you look older

  61. muscrat123
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    1st i had Mrs. pagano now i have mrs. dillehay

  62. muscrat123
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    :(

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