Math help
posted by Corey .
I am so lost I have a problem. Two congruet figures.
First trapezoid:
1 side b is 10
1 short base prarallel 6
Angle D 86 degrees
Angle C 41 degrees
Angle B ?
Angle A ?
Other angle J is 133 degrees
Angle M ?
Angle K ?
Side d leg 17
Angle L ?
long Base parallel 16
I know this is confusing.
Do I calculate the degrees for each ? Or the ??

Sorry second half up there is the other trapezoid.
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