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Two boats are approaching the same dock. Boat A measures 37° from boat B to the dock. Boat B measures 68° from boat A to the dock. What is the angle the boats make with the dock?

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  1. I'm having a little trouble visualizing the angles in question. If we label the boats A and B and the dock D, which angles are we talking about?

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