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If one angle is 10 degrees, its opposite angle is also 10 degrees. Since consecutive angles are supplementary, each pair of angles has to add up to 180 degrees so the other angles have to be 170 degrees. Therefore this parallelogram has two 10 degree angles and two 170 degree angles.

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Q: One angle of a parallelogram measures 10 degrees. What are the measures of the other three angles in the parallelogram?
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