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ashleysmith Group Title

in writeboard find x y and z

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    |dw:1350881420290:dw|

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    y = 90 - 55 z = 9 - y x = 90 - z

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    cuz they are all 90 degrees

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    z = 90 - y

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    i still dont get it

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    could you explain to me lol sorry

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    55 and y are complementary angles, that means they add up to 90 degrees so 55 + y = 90 and if we subtract 55 from both sides we have the value of y

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    but how did you get z and x

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    z+y=90 z+x=90 do the same, cuz remeber we know wat is y, and with y we can find z and with z we can find x

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