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6. The isosceles trapezoid is part of an isosceles triangle with a 34° vertex angle. What is the measure of an acute base angle of the trapezoid? Of an obtuse base angle? The diagram is not drawn to scale.

(1 point)73o; 107o
34o; 146o
73o; 146o
34o; 107o

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