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    What's up?

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    To give you a brief explanation consider this The angle subtending the 180 degrees is 120.. so you basically subtract 120 from 180 to get 60 degrees. So basically yeah, 60degrees is what you are looking at. However please learn to reason well with angles with principles of a triangle especially when written in parallel orders.

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    @sillynikki1 I don't believe your answer is correct... don't get me wrong I am trying to help this kid and not give him the wrong impression .

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    It's actually 55 degrees I am sorry.

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    The triangle seemed to have two equal sides but turns out wrong.

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    When a triangle is constructed between parallel lines you would consider that whatever is on one side of the triangle is true with the same part on the other side of the triangle. So for example if an angle had 60 degrees on the lower line that means it would have the same degrees on the upper line as well.

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    Anyway, I hope to have helped you. Good luck

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