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AngelLeigh-Anne Group Title

I really need some help, I have a headake and forgot how to solve for X please help me. :((

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  1. jazy Group Title
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    Do you have a specific problem you need to solve? I can go step by step and help you through it.

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  2. AngelLeigh-Anne Group Title
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    4x-31 on one side and 2x+19 on the other solve for x

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  3. myininaya Group Title
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    So we have this: 4x-31 = 2x+19 Get your terms that have factor x on one side All other terms, your constant terms, on the other side

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    Let's make up an equation and I'd solve it for you:\[\begin{aligned}6x + 3&=9x - 1\\6x&=9x - 1 - 3\\ 6x&=9x-4\\6x - 9x&=-4\\ -3x&=-4\\ x &={4 \over 3} \end{aligned}\]

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  5. AngelLeigh-Anne Group Title
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    25?

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  6. myininaya Group Title
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    How about we have some interaction which includes the user asking here to solve for x?

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  7. myininaya Group Title
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    So we have 4x-31=2x+19 Do you know how to put your x terms together and your constant terms together? You need to do this by adding/subtracting terms from both sides.

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    Okay thanks, I'll post another prolbem, it's really complex and I haven't seen it before

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  9. AngelLeigh-Anne Group Title
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    |dw:1350653573213:dw|

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  10. AngelLeigh-Anne Group Title
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    If If m ∠ 3 = 104˚, what is m ∠ 8?

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  11. ParthKohli Group Title
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    Hint: use corresponding angles identity, then find a linear pair.

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    < 2, 3, 6,7 are the same?

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  13. ParthKohli Group Title
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    No... first use \(\angle 3 = \angle 7\).

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  14. AngelLeigh-Anne Group Title
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    Sorry forgot how to do this >.<

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  15. ParthKohli Group Title
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    Then notice that you have a linear pair, so \(\angle 7\) and \(\angle 8\) are supplementary.

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  16. AngelLeigh-Anne Group Title
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    So they all equal 104?

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  17. ParthKohli Group Title
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    Hmm, do you know what these are? 1) Corresponding angles 2) Alternate interior angles 3) Linear pair 4) Opposite angles

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  18. AngelLeigh-Anne Group Title
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    Yeah I'm a sinor, but I forgot it's been like a year since I was in math

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  19. jazy Group Title
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    |dw:1350654095713:dw|

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  20. AngelLeigh-Anne Group Title
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    Ohhhh

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  21. AngelLeigh-Anne Group Title
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    Um. So it's not 104

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  22. AngelLeigh-Anne Group Title
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    it's 94?

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  23. AngelLeigh-Anne Group Title
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    >.<

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  24. jazy Group Title
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    |dw:1350654253156:dw|

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  25. AngelLeigh-Anne Group Title
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    <2 is going to measure the same as <8

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  26. AngelLeigh-Anne Group Title
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    half of 180 is 90, but that's not an answer choise

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  27. jazy Group Title
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    Yes. <2 is the same as 8. They give you angle 3, 104 degrees. What other angles are the same as angle 3?

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    *the same as <8

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  29. AngelLeigh-Anne Group Title
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    <2

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  30. ParthKohli Group Title
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    <3

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  31. jazy Group Title
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    No, angle 2 and 3 are supplementary. Added up they equal 180 degrees. |dw:1350654491698:dw|

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  32. AngelLeigh-Anne Group Title
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    so they are all 104

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  33. jazy Group Title
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    No, angles 3, 1, 5, 7 are all corresponding. So if angle 3 is 104 degrees, then so are 1,5,7. Do you understand? Angles 2, 4, 6, 8 are also corresponding to each other.

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  34. AngelLeigh-Anne Group Title
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    Yeah I understand but how to I find out how much the other angles are

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  35. jazy Group Title
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    Supplementary angles form 180 degrees. A straight equals 180 degrees. |dw:1350654810017:dw|

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  36. jazy Group Title
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    So 104 + ? = 180

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  37. AngelLeigh-Anne Group Title
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    I got my test wrong anyways. Sorry, thanks for the help

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  38. jazy Group Title
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    Sorry to hear that. ):

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