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Can we use each of the shapes on the left exactly once to make the shape on the right without any cutting?
###### Bonus: If your answer is no, can you prove that it cannot be done?

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\(\overline{BC}\) and \(\overline{DE}\) are parallel lines.

The green angle is \( 50 ^ \circ \) and the purple angle is \( 8 0 ^ \circ \).

What is the red angle ( \(\angle DAE\) ) in degrees?

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The image on the left shows how hexagons could be used to cover the plane without gaps or overlaps.

Can copies of the purple region on the right be arranged to cover the plane without gaps or overlaps?

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The two vertical lines are perfectly parallel. What is the sum of the three blue angles?

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