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Need help will medal!!! A carpenter cut the top section of the window frame with a 37 degree angle on each end. The side pieces each have a 50 degree angle cut at their top ends as shown. will the side pieces of the frame be parallel? explain, diagram not to scale.

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  2. anonymous
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    can you help @carsonce

  3. anonymous
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    Hello?!?!?

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    Im here

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    do you know if you can help???

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    yep

  7. anonymous
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    The pieces will not be parallel because the cut is uneven with the two 50 degree angels and if the were to be put on the 39 degree cut they would make a almost around a 90 degree angel for each side making it uneven

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    |dw:1443448343851:dw| something close to that

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    @cool4u2001

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    yea i here I reading it!!

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    How did you figure that?? I'm confused

  12. anonymous
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    would it be obtuse or acute angles that it makes then?

  13. anonymous
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    Oh, I got what I needed, thanks!!!!

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    np

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