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help find x and show your work? attached figure thanks!!<3

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    You know 2 angles, so find the third. 180-160 = 20. The angle is 20 degrees. From here you can simply do 30(length of the side) times the sin of 20 degrees. \[30\sin(20)\] Inputting this into a calculator will give you an approximate answer.

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    when I put that in it will give me x?

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    yes

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    okay thanks!

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