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1) Don't post questions with no work shown. 2) Put the entire problem statement and your work in the very first post. 3) Have you considered the properties of an isosceles triangle?
Okay I can help.
So in each triangle... there is a total of 180 degrees.
Due to the mini lines marked on the sides of the triangles it means that the 2 missing angles equal the same thing.
We already have one angle which is 46 degrees. So we can do \[180-46\] to find out how many degrees we have left.
When we do that we should get \[134\]
Since the 2 missing angle are equal we can just do \[134/2\] to find the missing angles.
When we do that we get \[67\] That means that the missing angles are 67!
Hope this helped! Have a great day! Also a medal would be much appreciated! Just click best response next to my answer. Thank You! @Wolfadaskies
@tkhunny I have mostly the entire worksheet filled. The only instruction for the problem is as stated. I didn't put any work on this one yet, because I need help starting it. That's why I consulted Openstudy in the first place.
Ohh, I understand now. Thank you so so much! @AihberKhan
Those are not good answers. Learn how best to use OpenStudy, please. What we have here is an example of someone else doing all the work for you. You need to do better than that. You CAN'T have NO idea.
@tkhunny I apologize. I haven't used this site in ages, and I'm obviously rusty. All I needed was a little push in the right direction. I'm having my own struggles.
No problem! @Wolfadaskies
"You can't have no idea" What does that mean
Who knows... what matters is that there was someone friendly enough to help me out with the problem :) @FortyTheRapper
@FortyTheRapper You have deleted the emphasis. Much more clear with it. It is the most common response when a student is challenged with how to proceed. Very often, "I have no idea". This claim is almost never true. @Wolfadaskies No worries. You get the best help and the quickest response more consistently by following the path I have suggested. And, YOU learn more. We already know AihberKhan can do this problem. We have no hint about what you can do. The only way for us to get a hint is for you to SHOW us what you can do. It has nothing to do with friendliness. AihberKhan won't be thereon your exam.
I realize that... but thank you... I just suppose studying for finals is taking a bigger toll on me than I thought. @tkhunny
Fair enough. Hang in there. You'll get through it.
@tkhunny Yeah, you right. People that just give the answers are annoying as I don't know what