algebra

If M angle 1=43 degrees, what is M angle 4?
A. 53
B.43
C.37
D.27
I really need help ASAP. Im so confused. Please dont give me the answer I Just want help. How do I figure it out? Im doing so good in the class but for some reason im so confused. Thanks!

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  1. PLEASE I NEED HELP PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE DONT REPLY IN 2030 I NEED TO KNOW RIGHT NOW

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  3. Lack sufficient data.

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  4. Please someone answer his question, I'm on the same one, and I can't figure it out.

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  6. hehe 2030 its 2022 already and no one submitted the assigment

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