I will go ahead and admit, this might just be something obvious but I did research and couldn't find anything.
I have a pentagon, and I know two top points (A & B) and the distance between them (black). I also know the other 4 side lengths (blue), which are all the same. I know the bottom point too, and I don't care about the two side points.
How can I use the bottom point (E) to determine the angle between each of the top two points, and their adjacent side lengths?
Points A, B, & E are known. All side lengths are known. Side lengths of the same colour are equal. Angles that I want to know have dotted lines.
EDIT II: I realize my question may need clarification. The pentagon is on a coordinate plane. I know the location of A, B, and E. I want to use point E to find the interior angles on points A & B.