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m<1=(5x+15)* and m<2=28x* The * = degrees

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    What do you need to find?

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    X

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    Ok, what do you see in this picture? m<1 + m<2 = ?

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    180*

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    Then (5x+15)+28x = ?

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    ohhhh

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    15=23x?

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    Umm, nope, try again ;) Hint: m<1 + m<2 = 180 Therefore (5x+15)+28x = 180

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    ohh

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    do i subtract 15 to 180 and add 5x to 28x?

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    Yes.

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    Here's the solution: 5x + 28x + 15 = 180 33x + 15 = 180 33x = 180 - 15 33x = 165 x = 165/33 x = 5 :)

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    :)))))

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