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    Finding m< of Kite

    I'm having some trouble on what formula to use to figure out the angle for this problem.

    In kite MQPN, segment MP is the perpendicular bisector of segment NQ. If M<QMN=42 degrees and m<MNP=98 degrees find m<NPQ. *Picture attached to this thread*
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    Re: Finding m< of Kite

    it may help to know that the diagonals of a kite are perpendicular ...
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