anonymous
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Figure JKLM shows the top surface of a box shaped as a rectangle with segment JL as its diagonal. The measure of angle KJL is (x + 7) degrees and the measure of angle MJL is (2x – 1) degrees. Which property of rectangles is used to write the equation (x + 7) + (2x – 1) = 90 and solve for x? A.The opposite sides of a rectangle are parallel. B.The opposite angles of a rectangle are equal. C.The adjacent angles of a rectangle are D.supplementary. The diagonal of a rectangle divides the angle at the vertex into two complementary angles
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anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
i messed up "D" starts at "the diagnol of a rectangle"
anonymous
  • anonymous
Rectangle makes all angles are 90 degree

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anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
so is it C?
anonymous
  • anonymous
So answer is adjacent angles of rectangle That is option(c)
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