Exam: Skill #73- Find The Missing Angle Of A Quadrilateral

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Exam: Skill #73- Find The Missing Angle Of A Quadrilateral - Quiz

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  • 1. 

    Find the missing angle:

  • 2. 

    Find the measure of angle b. 

    Explanation
    The measure of angle b is 53 degrees.

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  • 3. 

    Find the missing angle. 

  • 4. 

    In quadrilateral DEFG, the ,the  and the . What is the 

    Explanation
    In quadrilateral DEFG, the sum of all interior angles is always equal to 360 degrees. Since the question states that one angle is 110 degrees, and the other angle is also 110 degrees, we can conclude that the sum of these two angles is 220 degrees. Therefore, the remaining angles in the quadrilateral must add up to 360 - 220 = 140 degrees.

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  • 5. 

    Find the missing angle measures: ___________, ___________

    Explanation
    The missing angle measures are 104 and 119. This is indicated by the repetition of the numbers 104 and 119 in the answer choices.

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