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a quadrilateral ABCD,

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answer is 95
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answer is 95
but answer is 95 knw
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|dw:1329670418181:dw| We get two equations from the figure \[x+y+p=180--------(1)\]\[x+y+(360-p)+130+60=540\implies x+y-p=-10-------(2)\]
\[2p=\frac{190}{2}------------[(1)-(2)]\]\[p=95\]
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how u got 2p
190?
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I subtracted the two equations. Note, first I created two equations, and then I subtracted the second from the first.
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