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what is the value of x?

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  1. bredclay
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  2. CliffSedge
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    It's isosceles. Base angles are congruent.

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    161

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    i think

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    To add to what cliff said, sum of the angles of a triangle = 180. @bishopbabyy0362 is incorrect

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    is x=50

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    No, x+x+38=180º

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    You should be able to come up with an equation 180 = 38 + 2x solve for x

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    How did you do that degree symbol @CliffSedge

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    71?

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    alt 167 @ChmE

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    oh i put the sum as 360 :p okay then it would be 180-38 which equals 142 then divide that by 2 and get 71

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    Well done, @bredclay . That's it.

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    yes 71

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    thanks!

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    @CliffSedge can you help me on my problem as well?

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