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Document enclosed below. Algebra.

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  1. anonymous
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    where

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    3x+19=5x-29 19=2x-29 48=2x x=24

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    use that to work out angle two

  5. ash2326
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    5x-29=3x+19 (vertically opposite angles) 2x=48 x=24

  6. anonymous
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    <2=3x+7 x=24 3(24)+7=79 <2=79

  7. ash2326
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    3x+7=24*3+7=79 angle 1 +79=180 angle 1=101

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    <2+<1=180 79+<1=180 <1=180-79 <1=101

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    angle 2=3x+7=29 angle 3= angle 1=101

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    angle 3 is the same

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    <4=4x+5 4(24)+5=101 <4=101

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    <6=180-<4 <6=180-101 <6=79

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    <7=180-(5x-29)=180-(120-29)=180-91=89 <7=89 <8=<7

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    Thank you so much :]

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    no problem :)

  16. anonymous
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    oh and <2 and <3 are supplementary, as they add to 180 (the last question) :)

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    Oh what about angle 5?

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    <5=<6 :)

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    x=24 <1=101 <2=79 <3=101 <4=101 <5=79 <6=79 <7=89 <8=89

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    ^^ that should make it clearer :)

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    Thannks ^-^ lol

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    no problem :)

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