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What are the measures of Angles a, b, and c? Show your work and explain your answers. 35⁰ 70°​

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angle A:

opposite angles are equal-> a= 35°

angle B:

angles in a triangle are ALWAYS equal to 180°->

b= 180°-a- a right angle

b= 180°-35°-90°

b= 55°

angle C:

angle c and the angle next to it (70°) are supplementary, meaning that added up they are 180°. You can see it on the drawing bc they form a straight line.

C= 180°-70°

C= 110°
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