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Find the value of w, then x. Round lengths of segments to the nearest tenth.

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nevermind ..and the other is 27?
you can find the value of w from this equation.
how could i plug this in to a calculator
at first find tan 42 degree by using calculator , then divide 12 by it
i got .07
tan 42=.07 ? use it..
tan 42 is .9004040443
then what would i do with that?
yeah, you can take it .9
now divide 12 by .9, you will get 13.33
so, w=13.33
thats W right
now find the value of tan 27
ok so how would i find X
yeah, now the problem is |dw:1342585786815:dw|
solve for x
ok thanks
have you taken approximate value of .5 * 13.33 ?
if yes, then there may be some difference

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