Mathematics

The measure of $$\displaystyle \angle POQ$$ in the following figure is:


ANSWER

$$\displaystyle 110^{\circ}$$


SOLUTION
If two straight lines intersect the measures of vertically opposite angles are equal.
Given, $$\angle SOR=110^o$$
Therefore, $$\angle SOR=\angle POQ$$
$$\Rightarrow \displaystyle \angle POQ=110^{\circ}$$
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