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On Quadrilateral A B C D, side A B measures 10 units and side A D measures 6 units. Angle D measures 86 degrees and Angle C measures 41 degrees. On Quadrilateral J K L M, side K L measures 16 units and side L M measures 17 units. Angle J measures 133 degrees.

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

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  2. really? Just match 'em up
    ∡A = ∡J = 133°
    The 4 angles add up to 360° in both figures, so it's easy to find.∡B and ∡K

    JM=AD
    JK=AB
    BC=KL
    CD=LM

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  3. I dont understand please simplify.

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  4. me either is this for 6B?

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  5. Ok if you don't understand I am pretty sure it's like this (This is for Tools of Geometry Unit Test Part 2 Question 1), look at your two pictures on your question you'll see the measure between some of the letters and the degrees of some of the angles, the degrees we know or 41°, 86°, and 133°. 133° is on the JKLM side while the other two angles are on the ABCD side, if we look at both pictures the shape is the same so lets combine them, so now we know that 41° goes for C and L (C for ABCD and L for JKLM), 86° that goes for D and M (D for the ABCD and M for the JKLM), and 133° that goes for A and J (A for ABCD and J for JKLM). Now all we have to find is B and K's angle and I personally think its 100° but that you will have to figure out on your own.

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  7. E i'm sooooooooo confused but thank you for using your time to explain it

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