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In a rhombus, m1 = 18x, m2 = x + y, and m3 = 30z. Find the value of the variables x,y, and z. .

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    what are m1, m2 and m3 ?
    Are they angles?

    If so, are m1 and m2 adjacent angles or opposite angles?

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