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Susan9419

  • 2 years ago

PLZ EXPLAIN!!Fill in the missing information in this Algebraic proof. Please label your answers as a, b, c, ... a.) (Angle Addition Postulate) b.) (Def. of Complementary Angles) c.) (Transitive Prop. of Equality) d.) ____ = 90 (Substitution) e.) 3x = ____ (Subtraction Prop. of Equality) f.) x = ____ (Division Prop. of Equality)

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    a) angle WXZ + ZXY = Angle WXY (Angle Addition Postulate) b)angle WXZ + ZXY =90 (Def. of Complementary Angles)

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    thank you for helping me!! i forogt to put that up there next to yur name!

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    c) 3x+3=90 d) 3x = 90-3 e) x= ?

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    i put e as x =3times x ;d

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    no, 3x=90-3=87 so x = 87/3 = 29 e)x=29

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    ohh okay ;D

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    thank you!!

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    welcome :)

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    ;D

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