# Geometry

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<1 and <2 are same side interior angles formed by two parallel lines a transversal. If m<1=115, what is m<2?

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According to your description
<1 + <2 = 180
115 + <2 = 180
<2 = 65

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One of the same side angles of two parallel lines is 20° smaller than the other one. Find all angles.

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