mouth4war
  • mouth4war
If m∠ABC = 72°, what is m∠DAB? A) 72° B) 108° C) 144° D) 216°
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mathwizzard3
  • mathwizzard3
I think it's A but I'm not sure how to do these so.....
mouth4war
  • mouth4war
i think its A too because it looks like its the same angle as ABC (same degrees i mean)

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anonymous
  • anonymous
That is a parallelogram. In a parallelogram, consecutive angles are supplementary.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Do ya get it?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Are you there?
mouth4war
  • mouth4war
oh! so then it would be 108
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ye, that would be it.
mouth4war
  • mouth4war
would this be supplementary as well?
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mouth4war
  • mouth4war
@LegendarySadist
mathwizzard3
  • mathwizzard3
It would be 60 because if you did the vertical angle thing they would end up both being in the spot where when they are added they equal 180.

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