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Find the measure of angle CDE. A. 50 B. 65 C. 115 D. 130

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    this one i'm a little more confused on .

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    yeah this one is tricker,we can do it step by step

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    in order to find CDE we need x, and in order to find x we have to solve an equation

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    |dw:1326917638849:dw|

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    |dw:1326917733235:dw|

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    |dw:1326917787098:dw|

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    Answer = 55

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    55 is an impossible answer for this equation because none of these are available . how is that possible ? only options are : A. 50 B. 65 C. 115 D. 130

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    @balaa i gave you medals for showing it but 55 is wrong .

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    @satellite73 can you help me out ?

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    could someone please just help me out here ? i've spent about 20 minutes on this question so far , it's getting to be a huge bother ...

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    forget it , i'm just going to guess & i'll probably get it wrong . oh well . useless wasting this much time on one question .

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    nevermind , it's 130 . that stupid equation on the triangle messed it up for me and confused me .

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    CDE = 115 degrees Solve the following for x: 2 x - 15 = 50 + x x = 65 2 x - 15 = 115

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    Thank you for the medal.

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