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  • 5 years ago

< used as the angle sign since i dont know how to do that on a computer, anyways given: m<RST=2x+9, m<TSV=3x-2, m<RSV= 67 degrees find x. is the correct answer x=12?

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  1. anonymous
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    hmm... based on the given info, I got x = 57.2

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    how did you solve it?

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    when I sketched those angles out by their names, they made a complete full angle (360 degrees). So 2x+9+3x-2+67=360 and solve to get x=57.2

  4. anonymous
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    ohh.. so the whole angle equal 67 degrees. does that make a difference making the whole thing 360 degrees.

  5. anonymous
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    It all depends on the letters they use. In this case RST, TSV, RSV, you may want to try sketching and you will notice they are referring to the 3 angles made at the same intersection of the 3 lines... hope that make sense... lol

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    lol ok yeahh it makes sense, i have the picture of it. ahhh im horrible with geometry! thanks for the help though!

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    Happy to help. ^^

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