Calculating internal angles of trapezium

I have to calcute the internal angles of trapezium when I know all sides of that trapezium. How can I do it? I've tryied to solve it but I can't find any solution to this.

Here are the sides of the ABCD trapezium: |AB|=73,6; |BC|=57; |CD|=60; |DA|=58,6; AB//CD

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If you drop a line from point D that is perpendiclar to AB, and call the intersection point with line AB 'E'. Let x = the distance from E to B. Do the same with a line from point B to the line CD, and call that intersection point F, and the distance from F to D is also x . From pythagoras you have the height of the figure is:

which also equals

From this you can solve for x, and then apply standard trig functions to find the angles.

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