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Problem 31

The measures of the consecutive angles of a quadrilateral are in the ratio $5 : 7 : 11 : 13 .$ Find the measure of each angle. draw a quadrilateral that satisfies the requirements, and explain why two sides must be parallel.

Answer

$50 ; 70 ; 110 ; 130$ . Draw a Quadrilateral and solve the quadrilateral congruent by splitting it into two triangles and proving them conqgruent

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