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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Who has the skills?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

OpenStudy (anonymous):

60 degrees.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

<2 = 60 degree Need explanation?/

OpenStudy (anonymous):

How angle 7?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

90 degree

OpenStudy (anonymous):

can you help me with one more?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

OpenStudy (turingtest):

obviously they need explanation or else they could do the problem plus, @thefon19 it's a very bad habit to just pump questions at us without even a 'thank-you'

OpenStudy (anonymous):

first one SSS

OpenStudy (anonymous):

thank you

OpenStudy (anonymous):

second one ASA

OpenStudy (turingtest):

Harkirat why do you want to do this poor saps homework for them are you an answering machine?

OpenStudy (turingtest):

try to teach, eh?

OpenStudy (amistre64):

lets refrain from calling people saps please .....

OpenStudy (turingtest):

I didn't mean it in a bad way, I apologize

OpenStudy (turingtest):

but they clearly only want answers, and by just giving them this propagates the problems we have been discussing on this site about cheating I endorse keeping the level of this site respectable

OpenStudy (anonymous):

OpenStudy (amistre64):

in some cultures .... they are expected to just have an answer.

OpenStudy (amistre64):

it stiffles free thinking and an independant spirit

OpenStudy (turingtest):

@thefon19 you can see that angles 3 and 4 together compose a straight line that is called "complimentary angles" this means <4+<3=180 degrees so what is the measure of angle 3 ?

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