futureboy1
  • futureboy1
Give another name for the part of the figure. angle DAE Two lines that intersect at Point A - assessment graphic A. ∠AED B. ∠ADE C. ∠DEA D. ∠EAD
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futureboy1
  • futureboy1
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futureboy1
  • futureboy1
pls help
anonymous
  • anonymous
it's D .

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Mehek14
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anonymous
  • anonymous
yup ! @Mehek14
futureboy1
  • futureboy1
but how can u be so sure
anonymous
  • anonymous
cuz A is the main angle which should be written in the middle of those another angle . so , EAD or DAE are same
Mehek14
  • Mehek14
because they are the same angle if you switch the first and last letter and keep the same middle one, it's the same angle
anonymous
  • anonymous
got it ? @futureboy1
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I already gave
anonymous
  • anonymous
:)
futureboy1
  • futureboy1
oh cool thanks a lot both of u
anonymous
  • anonymous
no problem ^_^
futureboy1
  • futureboy1
ok then thanks again
mathmate
  • mathmate
@futureboy1 The explanation comes from the definition of the nomenclature of an angle. |dw:1447614026346:dw| It is important to name the middle letter where the angle lies. The order in which we name the two sides enclosing the angle is not important. See also https://www.mathsisfun.com/angles.html in the last section "how to label angles"

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