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    How do you do the last part of 6)

    I have worked out the angle C, but don't know how to work out the angle above c if I knew this I could do 360 - the sum of the two angles.
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    http://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/63180-q...hematics-2.pdf

    How do you do the last part of 6)

    I have worked out the angle C, but don't know how to work out the angle above c if I knew this I could do 360 - the sum of the two angles.
    If you drew an arrow pointing north at C, the two arrows pointing north at B and C would be parallel (obviously), and they'd be joined by the line BC.

    Does this help any?
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    If you drew an arrow pointing north at C, the two arrows pointing north at B and C would be parallel (obviously), and they'd be joined by the line BC.

    Does this help any?
    Ok yes it is 70 due to z angles nice 1
 
 
 
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