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MOnsterBunnyNi

  • 2 years ago

Find the values of x and y. show steps please

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  1. MOnsterBunnyNi
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  2. ChmE
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    What kind of triangle is this?

  3. MOnsterBunnyNi
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    isosceles ?

  4. kibear
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    x=90 y=43

  5. ChmE
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    How many degrees are there in a triangle? What does an angle bisector do?

  6. ChmE
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    Don't just say the answer !!!!!

  7. ChmE
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    Yes it is isosceles

  8. ChmE
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    what do you know about the base angles of an isosceles triangle?

  9. kibear
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    lol oh srry

  10. MOnsterBunnyNi
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    the bisetor cuts the tri in half

  11. MOnsterBunnyNi
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    the base eqauls 90

  12. ChmE
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    m<B = m<C m<A + m<B + m<C = 180 A + 47 + 47 = 180 A = 86 A = 2y y = 43 m<B + y + x = 180 47 + 43 + x = 180 x = 90

  13. ChmE
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    The bases are equal in isosceles

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