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    I don't understand the mark scheme at all. Also, I don't know how to do the questions. Any help?

    thank you!

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    (Original post by jackien1)
    I don't understand the mark scheme at all. Also, I don't know how to do the questions. Any help?

    thank you!

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    could you do part 1?
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    (Original post by suibster)
    could you do part 1?
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    I've drawn out part 1 wait 1 second
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    Your method is much more efficient than mine :P
    How did you figure out that the triangle 1 has the same angles as the triangle 2?

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    erm well I actually used a lot of rules all at once so I guess I was thinking;
    Angles on a straight line = 180
    Internal angle in the rectangle = 90
    Angles in a right angle triangle (apart from the right angle) combine to make 90
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    The second pic shows my working
 
 
 
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