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7. Find the value of x. The diagram is not to scale. figure (1 point) 85o 95o 127o 42o

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85
here's a hint...x is in a triangle...therefore the sum of the angles INSIDE the triangle should equal 180 does that help?

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yeah but then why is 127 there what do i do with that
all triangles add up to 180 so add the two numbers in the triangle then subtract 180.
@tayla there are two approaches to do the question...one as @lgbasallote and one is that in every such question where exterior angle of triangle is given then use|dw:1349886053172:dw|
but both approaches are one and the same
okay so either way it is 80
it's not 80
i meant 85
yup..
okay

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