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yoooooooo

please help me ......find the value of each variable

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    thats 2 0f them

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    i did draw it and the question is find the value of each variable

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    do u understand it now?

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    @zordoloom

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    so they are not parrallel, right?

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    i dont think so @Youngster

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    well with the triangle thing, use the property that an exterior angle is the sum of the opposite two interior angles, and solve using the system of equations

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    thsnks but i still do not get it @Youngster

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    Are they separate questions?

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    ok I have the answer for 1 st one

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    yes @zordoloom

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    x=36

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    what is it and how do you do it @ktnguyen1

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    |dw:1354570667961:dw|

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    thank you and can you or someone else help me with the other one

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    can anyone help me @woksman @amistre64

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    The first one is correct, x = 36. I didn't look at the second one yet.

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    okay thanks and tell me when you get the second one

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    @sn

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    I can't work with the second one because I don't understand your diagram. Doesn't make sense to me the way it is written.

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    @snaef999

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    @snaef999

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    Is that z - 13 and z + 10?

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    yes @tcarroll010

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    does that triangle have equal length sides? if so then all three interior angles are 60 deg

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    i have no idea the only thing they gave me was what the picture has @snaef999

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    I think you need to assume they are the same. I think that is the only way to do it. Otherwise you dont have enough info.

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    x=59 y=49 w=72 z=121

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    z - 13 + w = 180 z + 10 + y = 180 x = 180 - (w + y) x + z = 180 Substitute equation #3 into equation #4. Use equations #1, #2, and #4 for 3 equations in 3 unknowns (z, y, and w). Solvable.

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    i dont understand what your saying @tcarroll010

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    how did you get that @ktnguyen1

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    |dw:1354572720749:dw| then you solve them

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    ughhhh this is frustrating how do i solve that @tcarroll010 and @ktnguyen1

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    @hieuvo on the second one

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    |dw:1354573487164:dw|

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    it is hard thanks for helping @hieuvo

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    z - 13 + w = 180 z + 10 + y = 180 x = 180 - (w + y) x + z = 180 Substitute equation #3 into equation #4. Use equations #1, #2, and #4 for 3 equations in 3 unknowns (z, y, and w). Solvable. z - 13 + w = 180 z + 10 + y = 180 180 - (w + y) + z = 180 So, we have: z + w = 193 z + y = 170 z - w - y = 0 Adding equation #2 to equation #3: z + w = 193 z + y = 170 2z - w = 170 Adding equation #1 to #3: z + w = 193 z + y = 170 3z = 363 So, z = 121. Easy to find the others now.

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    thank you verrrrrrryyyyyyy much

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