charlotte123
  • charlotte123
Solve for x. Explain your steps. Check my answer?
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My Answer: *There are two triangles in the shape above. *The Triangle Sum Property states the sum of the measures of the angles of any triangle is 180 degrees. *The large triangle is missing a measure. The measure of the small triangle is unknown. *The large triangle and the small triangle meet at their points, creating two vertical angles. Meaning, the measure that the large triangle is missing is equal to the measure of the small triangle. In short, the measure the large triangle is missing is equal to 2x degrees. How Do We Find x? *We have already been given 2 measures. Those 2 are: 58 degrees and 60 degrees. So, to find x, we must first subtract 180 from the 2 measures we have already been given. 180 - 58 = 122 122 - 60 = 62 So, 2x = 62 degrees. So, to find x, we must then divide by 2 on both sides. 2x/2 = x 62/2 = 31 Therefore, x = 31 degrees. Is this good enough?
.Sam.
  • .Sam.
From "So, 2x = 62 degrees." You just say ---------------------------------------- Divide 2 to both sides, 2x/2=62/2 x=31 Therefore, x = 31 degrees. -------------------------------------- The rest is good enough

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charlotte123
  • charlotte123
Anyone else have an answer? :P
anonymous
  • anonymous
nah, seems very good. Maybe I would've wrote the "sum of interior angles =180" argument right before the 180-58-60 equation, but everything's fine and dandy
charlotte123
  • charlotte123
Anyone else? XD
anonymous
  • anonymous
I agreeeeee.....

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