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I'm sorry but did they mention any other angle's degree??

no they didnt

no one likes this kind of geometry do they?

no lol

i dont get it

i am sure it is doable though lets see what we can come up with

okay thanks

let me try to draw it

okay

damn screwed up already, go the sides wrong
gotta start over

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alrighty

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okay.. how do i figure out the measurements?

now lets fill in the 72 we didn't do that yet

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seem reasonable?

yes it does but do we put 54 as the answer or what do we put

54 is the answer to the first two questions

oh okay

now lets fill in another
since a line also has 180 degrees we can find \(180-54=126\)

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okay

that is angle SQP number 4 in your questions

the third and 5th are like before
subtract \(126\) from \(180\) then divide by 2

27?

can you help me with another part? @satellite73

yeah 27

you mean there is more? taxing my brain already, but i can look

\[3a+4+6b+19c+3=180\] and \[3a+4=6b=19c+3\]

this is going to suck a bit
how is your algebra?

oh my favorite algebra (sarcasm)

okay

we can also write each of the bottom equations in terms of one variable
maybe \(b\)

okay okay i kinda get it

so far so good? we have \(a\) in terms of \(b\)

actually i am being a little stupid here, lets work smarter

oh

clear or no? just subtracted is all

i got it

ok
now we can solve
but before we do that, let me say that i am really stupid tonight

all the sides are the same, so all the angles are the same
since they add up to 180, they are all 60

no youre fine

if \(6b=60\) then \(b=10\)

so a b c are 60?

no \(6b=60\) so \(b=10\)

oh okay

and also \[3a+4=60\] so \[3a=56\] making \[a=\frac{54}{3}\]

A - 18?

and finally \[19c+3=60\] so \[19c=57\] making \[c=\frac{57}{19}\]

A=18 sorry

typo there \[3a+4=60\\
3a=56\\
a=\frac{56}{3}\] it is not a whole number

so a and c arent whole numbers and thats okay

actually c is a whole number

\[57\div 19=3\]

oh okay

is there more or are we done?

that was it thank you so much !!

yw
now i have a question

why are you legendary?

is that a serious question? lol

sorta
just a nick name or did you make it up?

nick name

cool lol