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**Maths Student****Guest**

ABCDEF is a regular hexagon. AE and DF intersect at point X. Find the size of angle DXE

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ABCD is a square. Equilateral triangles ABE and ADF are drawn with points E and F either inside or outside the square. Find angle AEF if:

a) E and F are both outside the sqaure

b) E is outside and F is inside the square

c) E and F are both inside the square

Please help me on these questions. Thanks in advance!

**Flowers4Carlos****Member**- Registered: 2005-08-25
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hi yaz maths student!!!!

erm... typing and explaining how to find the angles will take me a good amount of time so i'm just gonna give u the answers.

1) E=90° X=60° E=30°

2a) A=150° E=15° F=15°

2b) A=90° E=45° F=45°

2c) A=30° F=75° E=75°

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