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<LPM AND <PMN, find the value of x

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    A. 22.5 B. 7.5 C. 15 D. 30 i dont know how to solve for this, it was kind of confuzing

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    yep its confusing cuz question is not properly framed. but we can make out the thing by looking at figure & options :)

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    for ex, therez no <LPM in the figure... its a typo it must be <LMP, you see ?

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    and there should be a BOX at vertex M, showing that its a RIGHT angle, but its missing !

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    oh ya it is lmp!

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    it looks right angle, so it should sum to 90 : 2x + 4x = 90 6x = 90 x = ?

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    15!

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    thats right! sometimes we have to work backwards like this when we dont understand the question :)

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