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(10) $\displaystyle m \angle DCE=m \angle BDC=40$

Alternate interior angles are congruent.

$\displaystyle m \angle CDE=90$

$\displaystyle m \angle DBA=180-130=50$

$\displaystyle m \angle DBC=50$

Opposite angles of a parallelogram are congruent.

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Corresponding angles are congruent: $\displaystyle 65=36+m \angle TVU$

$\displaystyle m \angle TVU=29$

$\displaystyle m \angle U=115$

Opposite angles of a parallelogram are congruent.