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http://gyazo.com/281547b34d78bddcfb7caefc75e36e37 Which is a possible value for x? 12 13 14 15 I think its 13 but other people say its right some wrong and last time i did a problem like this I solved it like this 2x+8=34 x=34-8/2 x=13 that's how I solved this and a problem similar yet the teacher said i got it wrong?

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u did a good try :) but your teacher is right,
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since 16 is greater than 13,
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the angle thats eating 16 would be GREATER than the angle that eating 13
so, 2x+8 would be less than 34
2x+8 < 34 2x < 26 x < 13
look at the options - only one given option matches...
Thank you very much for explaining it! you helped alot
glad to hear.. .np :)

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