Posted by **BWB** on Tuesday, May 11, 2010 at 7:57am.

I do not understand how to work a problem or equation out for geometry.

The equation refers to two parrellel lines that have a transversal line running diagonal through each one. The exterior anglebottom left part of the top parrellel line, measures at 52 degrees. how do I find the angles to 6 and 4

m(6) = 8x - 40 m(4) = 6x + 2

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