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Hey, so I have the above problem and I am at a loss of how to finish solving the problem. I am supposed to identify all the values of the numbered angles but I am stuck.
I know angle 1, 4, & 5 are all 60deg using the vertical angle theorem and alternate interior angles, but after that I am stuck.
I know angle 2 & 3 add together to be 120deg. can it be assumed that it is split evenly?
Can someone give me some advice as how to keep moving forward because I am stuck. Thanks.
Hey, so I have the above problem and I am at a loss of how to finish solving the problem. I am supposed to identify all the values of the numbered angles but I am stuck.
I know angle 1, 4, & 5 are all 60deg using the vertical angle theorem and alternate interior angles, but after that I am stuck.
I know angle 2 & 3 add together to be 120deg. can it be assumed that it is split evenly?
Can someone give me some advice as how to keep moving forward because I am stuck. Thanks.
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