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LoveToDance22 Group Title

Geometry, please help!

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    Using trapezoid VWYZ, solve for x.

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    Please show me how to solve it!

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    this is an isosceles trapezoid since the two non parallel sides are equal

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    so the two angles (the base angles) shown are equal this means that 2x+17 = 7x-13

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    Solve for x and tell me what you get

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    @jim_thompson5910 I got 4=x, but it isn't one of the answer choices

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    i think the answer is 6, because 2x+17 = 7x-13 17+13 = 7x - 2x 30 = 5x x = 30/5 x =6

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    sry i was afk a sec, LoveToDance22 how did you get x = 4?

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    and RadEn is correct

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    (sorry for my terrible drawing lol)

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    17+13 is 30

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    not 20

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    The sad part is, I didn't even notice that mistake when I was re-writing it on here.

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  14. LoveToDance22 Group Title
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    I did 7+3 >.<

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    that's ok

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    Thanks for the help anyways! :)

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    yw

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