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Ilovepurple42043

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find m<3=37. Find m<1 it also shows a diagram. its an x and at the top theres number and it counts to the right 1,2,3,4 so 1 and 3 are vertical. help please

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  1. Ilovepurple42043
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    |dw:1443724488264:dw|

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Do you know the rules that apply to the different angles?

  3. Ilovepurple42043
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    no @alanabrisa

  4. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Ok well, I forget the exact terms, but basically in this picture the opposite angles are congruent. So if m< 4 = m<2; and m<1 = m<3 AND m<3=37, what would that make m<1?

  5. Ilovepurple42043
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    37

  6. anonymous
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    Exactly :)

  7. Ilovepurple42043
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    thank youuu

  8. Ilovepurple42043
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    can you help me with another one?

  9. anonymous
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    I can try!

  10. Ilovepurple42043
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    |dw:1443724923951:dw|

  11. Ilovepurple42043
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    complete the two column proof. given: <2=(theres also a curvy line above the equal sign)<4, m<2=110 degrees prove m<3=70 degrees and theres a graph im not sure how to show u

  12. Ilovepurple42043
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    just give me a moment.. im downloading it. sorry its taking so long

  13. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Well with the proofs you kind of need to know the math terms like "by the law of vertical angles m<1 and m<2 are congruent" Im a little rusty with geometry so you might have to help me out.

  14. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    And its no problem! Ill wait til its uploaded :)

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