Determine the measure of angle 6

Yulia 2021-07-11 Answered
To determine:The measure of angle 6.
Given:
ABDC is a rectangle.

m1=38
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Answered 2021-07-12 Author has 98 answers

Calculation:
The diagonals of a rectangle are congruent and also bisect each other.
So, triangle AEC is an isosceles triangle.
According to Isosceles Triangle Theorem, 1=ACB.
Also, according to the definition of a rectangle, ACBD.
Using Alternate Interior Angles Theorem. 6=ACB.
By Transitive Property of Congruence. 6=1.
So,
m6=m1
m6=38

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