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the two figures below are congruent. Find the measure of the angle that isn't labeled on either figure?

Shows a 41, 86, degree on one, and the other one shows a 133 degree.

  • MAth -

    Do we like need to add them up?

  • MAth -

    Ugh idk!!

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    Ms sue isnt helping?

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    I am struggle on this to

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    I can't be any help since I can't see the figure.

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