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The larger interior angle of a parallelogram is 90° more than its smal

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D 45.... let smaller be x ,larger becomes x+90... total of all angles=360
so 4x+180=360 and x=45
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Answer = D. 45°

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For a parallelogram, addition of two corresponding angles (as shown) is 180 Deg

x + x + 90 = 180

x = 45
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