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Lime

  • 2 years ago

Find m<ABC if the line BD bisects <ABC and given m<ABD = 5x and m<DBC = 3x + 10?

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  1. Lime
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    How do I figure this out? Inequalities?

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  2. ghass1978
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  3. ghass1978
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    what does a bisector do with an angle?

  4. Lime
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    The ray divides the angle into equal measures.

  5. ghass1978
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    then the 2 given angles are equal,just solve first for x

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    after that,find one of these 2 angles(they are equal) multiply the answer by 2 to get <ABC

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    50°?

  8. Lime
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    \[\angle BCA = 25°, 25 \times 2 = 50\]

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