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Prof Smudge says:

You can solve this if you know about angles that are formed when a line crosses parallel lines. You might also need a bit of inspiration - give it time.

Find a general rule connecting the size of u and v. Can you find it in different ways?

Send your solution/comments to

**info@mathsmed.co.uk**

MATHEMATICS TEACHING readers:

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