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2. how are angle 6 and angle 2 related? a. corresponding angles b. alternate interior c. same-side interior angles d. none

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Corresponding angles
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can you help me with another one ?
im in 10th grade
Find the value of x. The diagram is not to scale. Lines f and g are parallel. a. 10 b. 11 c. 12 d. -11
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@Hendrixsrv helppppp please!!
is line f and g are parallel?
yess
im trying to find the value of x
Ok.. well....... you know about corrsponding angles right?
yes
yes... good.. you know that hen two parallel lines cut by another lines... the corrsponding angles forming will be equal?
*** when two parallel lines
yes i know that(:
so in this case|dw:1352432083877:dw|
hint use the property of corresponding angles same whn cut by parallel lines
tell me..please
so the top one would be 9x + 26 = (but why did you add "y")?
yes... that is exactly right....i thought that you would indicate y... but you are right
okay, so how to we solve for x?
now... you know that when a lin is cut by a line the total angl is 180... look figure|dw:1352432520752:dw|
so compare this figure and above figure... what you can infere?
yupp i know that too (:
am I clear?
kind of.. im a little confused.. im just not sure how to solve for x lol. i know that a straight line equals 180, but in the picture i attached it doesnt look like the one you drew, thats whats confusing me
ok... take a look at line f|dw:1352433571221:dw|... also look at blow figure |dw:1352433681861:dw| hope now you can find x...
i think this is wrong roshh,,, lol because since yiou have a line bisecting the 180 line(staright line) on each side has a differetn measure, then you said the bottom one is 180 also, but its vertical to the other one which has to hve a diff measure, do you know wht i mean?
ok...|dw:1352433983075:dw| f is a straight line h is a straight line Do you agree?
consider a line is divide|dw:1352434603907:dw|d by another line then the opposite angle will be always equal..
and also p+y = x+p =x+q = q+y = 180 degree always
hope you got it now... so can you just give me how you reached the answer?
well i guessed lol.. i looked at my options and seen there was two 11's so i figured one of them had to be right.. so i guessed 11 (: lol
well... guesing won't always help. but understanding th method will... now look...|dw:1352436156882:dw| with refernce to th blow figure|dw:1352436281477:dw| but we know that p+s = 180 degree since (refer the previous comment and th figure (and also p+y = x+p =x+q = q+y = 180 degree always and the figure above it)... Now... we have p +s = 180
that is 9x+26+5x = 180 now can you just solve for x (step by step)
ohhhhhh okay lol i get it. i got 11, thank you (:
you are welcome.... hope you got it right

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