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In a quadrilateral \(ABCD\), \(\angle ABD = \angle BCA = \angle CDB = \angle DAC = 30^\circ\).

Find the smaller of the two angles (in degrees) between the diagonals AC and BD.

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In the figure above, 3 unit squares are placed side by side. Find the sum of the angle measurements \(a,\) \(b,\) and \(c,\) in degrees.

Let \(P\) be an interior point of triangle \(ABC\).
Let \(Q\) and \(R\) be the reflections of \(P\) in \(AB\) and \(AC\), respectively.

If \(QAR\) is a straight line, find \(\angle BAC\) in degrees.

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Find \(x\) (in degrees).

Lines \(l\) and \(m\) are parallel. \(M\), \(N\) and \(O\) are points such that \(M\) is on \(l\) and \(N\) is on \(m\) and \(O\) is between the two lines. If the smaller angle between \(l\) and \(MO\) is \(35^{\circ}\) and \(\angle MON = 105^{\circ}\), find the acute angle between \(m\) and \(NO\).

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