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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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  3. bishopbabyy0362
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    thank you !!

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    can you help me with another one ?

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    im in 10th grade

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    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!!

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    is line f and g are parallel?

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    yess

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    im trying to find the value of x

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    Ok.. well....... you know about corrsponding angles right?

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    yes

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    yes... good.. you know that hen two parallel lines cut by another lines... the corrsponding angles forming will be equal?

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    *** when two parallel lines

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  15. bishopbabyy0362
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    yes i know that(:

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    so in this case|dw:1352432083877:dw|

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    hint use the property of corresponding angles same whn cut by parallel lines

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    tell me..please

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    so the top one would be 9x + 26 = (but why did you add "y")?

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    yes... that is exactly right....i thought that you would indicate y... but you are right

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    okay, so how to we solve for x?

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    now... you know that when a lin is cut by a line the total angl is 180... look figure|dw:1352432520752:dw|

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    so compare this figure and above figure... what you can infere?

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    yupp i know that too (:

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    am I clear?

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    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

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    ok... take a look at line f|dw:1352433571221:dw|... also look at blow figure |dw:1352433681861:dw| hope now you can find x...

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    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?

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    ok...|dw:1352433983075:dw| f is a straight line h is a straight line Do you agree?

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    consider a line is divide|dw:1352434603907:dw|d by another line then the opposite angle will be always equal..

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    and also p+y = x+p =x+q = q+y = 180 degree always

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    hope you got it now... so can you just give me how you reached the answer?

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    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

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    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

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    that is 9x+26+5x = 180 now can you just solve for x (step by step)

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  36. bishopbabyy0362
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    ohhhhhh okay lol i get it. i got 11, thank you (:

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    you are welcome.... hope you got it right

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