# geometry

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how do i state the theorem or postulate that is related to the measure of the angle in each pair, then find the unknown measure in m<3=(55x-5) m<5=(15 x+45)

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Not knowing how <3 and <5 are related, or what pairs you are describing, that's tough to answer.

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