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With the given information in the polygon, please find the measures of x and y. Show your work. Picture will be inserted below.

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    How did you get that?

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    Plus, how can I find the value of x and y if not all the equations are present

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    How did you get x and y to equal 60?

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    sorry

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    I still don't understand.

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    How can that shape represent that. I know about the corresponding angles, but how does that relate to this polygon?

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    Why do you divide x by -3, and why does it equal 60?

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    I don't understand this at all.

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    what is the -/

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    multiply by -1

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    Why do you do that?

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    to eliminate 3y's

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    and how did you get 4x + 3y = 195

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    it is given

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    How in the world would it eliminate the 3ys if its not like terms?!

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    Uhm, it is not given.

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    what grade are you

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    Freshman

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    I'm taking sophomore math.

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    First of all, I thought that the -1 was multiplied to the 3x; my bad. Second of all, where did you get the 195?!

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    *facepalm* God dammit, Why can't I remember anything? = a =; Thank you, I think I might be able to solve it. :P

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    (:

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    If I need anymore help, Ill ask you~ Thanks. C:

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    How did you get the y? :o

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