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In the figure above, JKLMN is a regular pentagon. Find the

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In the figure above, JKLMN is a regular pentagon. Find the measure of ∠JLK.
A. 24°
B. 36°
C. 48°
D. 60°
E. 72°

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Each interior angle of a regular polygon is given by 180*(n-2)/n, In this case this becomes 180*(5-2)/5=108
Therefore, <JKL = 108.
Since this is a regular pentagon, JK=KL and hence, <KJL = <KLJ = (180-108)/2 = 36

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