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Suppose CED = DBC. If m<EDC=63 degrees and m<DBC=82 degrees, what is m<DCE? Possible answers are 63, 82,145 or 35 degrees.
GHF = LJK by HL? if so state all of the congruent parts that allow the use of HL.
Possible answers Yes, <G= <L, GH=LJ,HF=Jk
Yes, <g=<L, GH=LJ.
Yes, <F=<K, GH=LJ.
Yes,<F=<K, GH=LJ,HF=LK.

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