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In pentagon ,  and  is supplementary to . How many degrees are in the measure of ?

Jun 4, 2020

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In pentagon MATHS,$\angle M \cong \angle T \cong \angle H$ and $\angle A$ is supplementary to $\angle S$.How many degrees are in the measure of $\angle H$ ?

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Jun 4, 2020
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so since $$\angle A$$ is suplementary to $$\angle S$$ they add up to $$180^\circ$$ and a pentagon has $$520^\circ$$so we get $$340^\circ$$ and the other $$3$$ angle are the same so the measure of $$\angle H$$ is $$\frac{340}3$$ and about $$113.333...$$

Jun 4, 2020
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I agree with the approach of the other answer, except that there are 540o in a pentagon.

540o - 180o  =  360o

360o / 3  =  120o

Jun 4, 2020