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In the figure below, given that π΄π΅πΆπ· is a parallelogram, determine the measure of angle π»π·πΆ.

The angle that weβre looking for, angle π»π·πΆ, is the angle marked in orange. It is the interior angle of a triangle that has been created by connecting a vertex of the parallelogram to one of the other sides. Weβve been given the size of one of the angles in a parallelogram, 91 degrees, and the size of the angle that the line π·π» makes with the side π΅πΆ, 132 degrees.

We havenβt been given any of the other angles in the triangle. So letβs see if we can calculate them. Angle π·π»πΆ is on a straight line with the angle of 132 degrees. And therefore their sum must be 180 degrees. This means we can calculate angle π·π»πΆ by subtracting 132 degrees from 180 degrees. Itβs 48 degrees.

So now we know one of the angles inside the triangle π·π»πΆ. Letβs see if we can calculate the other angle. Angle π·πΆπ» is one of the interior angles not just in the triangle, but also in the parallelogram π΄π΅πΆπ·. So we need to use properties of the angles in parallelograms to help find it.

One of the key properties of angles in parallelograms is that consecutive angles, i.e. those next to each other, are supplementary, which means they sum to 180 degrees. Therefore, angle π·πΆπ» can be found by subtracting 91 degrees from 180 degrees. Angle π·πΆπ» is 89 degrees.

Now we know both of the other two angles in the triangle π·π»πΆ, which means we can find the angle we were asked to calculate. The angle sum in a triangle is always one 180 degrees. So we find the final, angle π»π·πΆ, by subtracting 89 degrees and 48 degrees from 180 degrees. The measure of angle π»π·πΆ is 43 degrees.