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NEED HELP PLEASE!!!

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  1. nagdy1
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  2. nagdy1
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    What is the range of possible values for x? The diagram is not to scale.

  3. campbell_st
    • 3 years ago
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    you need to look at the sides opposite the angles opposite 34 is a side of length 30 opposite an angle of 2x is an angle of 22 so 22 < 30 then the angles must follow the same rule 2x < 34 solve for x hope this makes sense...

  4. nagdy1
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    is that the answer

  5. nagdy1
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    so i need to solve for 2x < 34

  6. nagdy1
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    x

  7. campbell_st
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    for the answer just solve 2x < 34 simply divide both sides by 2

  8. nagdy1
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    so x = 17

  9. nagdy1
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    x<17

  10. campbell_st
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    no you need the inequality and to set up the range... the angle can't be 0... so the range is 0 < x < 17 so the value of x can be between 0 and 17 for it to be true

  11. nagdy1
    • 3 years ago
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    ohhh thanks ever much heres a medal

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