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    Post Properties of Parallel Lines (Finding Angle Measure)

    If AC is parallel to BD, FAC is 80 degrees, CAO is 60 degrees, and BO bisects DBE, then what is the measure of BAO?

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    Re: Properties of Parallel Lines (Finding Angle Measure)

    Quote Originally Posted by candaceformosa View Post
    If AC is parallel to BD, FAC is 80 degrees, CAO is 60 degrees, and BO bisects DBE, then what is the measure of BAO?

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    This question is taken from Geometry (McDougal Littell), Chapter Three. (Not drawn to scale)
    This is a trivial question because $\angle BAO$ is supplementary to $\angle OAF$.
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