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Geometry, Finding angles and solving for X

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  1. anonymous
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    # 10 and 19, I really appriciate it :D

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    Let's see for #10: This figure is a parallelogram, which means opposite angles are the same. (3a + 50) = 104 3a = 54 a = 54 / 3 = 18.

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    Awesome, I get it, so 19?

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    Oh yeah, 19, I can't see the figure completely. Can you post the figure completely?

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    yup

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    thanks

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    FE is 12 right? That makes DE 12 too, which makes FE 24.

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    those arent any answer options a. ED = 12; FD = 24 b. ED = 8; FD = 20 c. ED = 16; FD = 28

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    a. ED = 12; FD = 24 b. ED = 8; FD = 20 c. ED = 16; FD = 28 Those the options

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    Oh. I said FE = 24, but that should be FD = 24. DE = ED, the way in which one writes the letters doesn't matter a lot. So a) is the correct answer.

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    GOT IT THANKS

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    You're welcome.

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