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Find the values of x and y. The diagram is not to scale. A. x = 68, y = 75 B. x = 75, y = 68 C. x = 40, y = 68 D. x = 75, y = 70

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    angle40=angle b b=upper angle of 74degree

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    adjacent angles

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    ok

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    i dont really understand this thats why i needed help

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    |dw:1351690943856:dw|

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    got it

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    thats not what i need too find out

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    no it was a step of solution

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    sum of angles=?

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    oh ok then what

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    sum of angles=180

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    ok ik that. any triangle needs to add up to 180

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    40+74+y-2=180 114+y=182 y=182-114=68

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    so angle c=66 degree

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    ok

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  17. sydneyyy Group Title
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    ok what about x i still need to find that

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  18. mayankdevnani Group Title
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    x-1+40=180 (linear pair)

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    ok..

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    x=180-39=141 degree

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    thats your answer @sydneyyy

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    well what you got isnt an answer i can pick

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    what's your answer

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  24. mayankdevnani Group Title
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    both x and y are wrong

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    ????????????/

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    |dw:1351691863045:dw|

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  27. sydneyyy Group Title
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    just x

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    no i got it

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    x-1+106=180 x=180-105=75 degrre

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    right @sydneyyy

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  31. sydneyyy Group Title
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    ok that is not what you said before. the other one = 39 n that wasnt an answer

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    so wat exactly is the answer? x=40, y=68??

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    @ganeshie8 Can you help me with this?

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