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DAH ${70}^{\circ }$70^(@)
Write an equation to represent the relationship.
Without more information about the specific figure or diagram that contains angle $\mathrm{\angle }DAH$/_DAH, we cannot determine a specific relationship that can be represented by an equation.
However, if we are given additional information such as the fact that there are other angles in the same figure that are complementary, supplementary, congruent or related in another way to angle $\mathrm{\angle }DAH$/_DAH, then we could write an equation to represent the relationship.
For example, if $\mathrm{\angle }DAH$/_DAH is complementary to another angle $x$x, we could write the equation:
$\mathrm{\angle }DAH+x={90}^{\circ }$/_DAH+x=90^(@)
Or, if $\mathrm{\angle }DAH$/_DAH and another angle $y$y are supplementary, we could write the equation:
$\mathrm{\angle }DAH+y={180}^{\circ }$/_DAH+y=180^(@)
Without more information about the specific figure or diagram, we cannot determine the exact equation to represent the relationship involving angle $\mathrm{\angle }DAH$/_DAH.