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△ABC∼△EFG ​.

Given m∠B=48° and m∠G=61° , what is m∠A ?

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  1. m∠G = m∠C

    180º - m∠B - m∠C = m∠A

    posted by Scott
  2. isnt it 48+61-180?

    posted by PLEASE HELP ME
  3. wait nvm i got it thank you !!

    posted by PLEASE HELP ME
  4. 71

    posted by Travon

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