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Kagome_gurl8

The m<GKJ = 56o, m<GKH = 4x + 2, and m<JKH = 7x - 12. Solve for the measures of angles GKH and JKH.

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  1. campbell_st
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    do you have a diagram to match the question...?

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  2. Kagome_gurl8
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    |dw:1357271584537:dw|

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  3. dancechick76
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    is that 560 or 56 degrees?

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  4. Kagome_gurl8
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    56

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  5. dancechick76
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    4x+2+7x-12=56 solve for x, then plug x into the equation

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  6. friedch1cken
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    Do you still need help with this, @Kagome_gurl8 ? I noticed you bumped your question.

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  7. Kagome_gurl8
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    Yeah, I know how to put the equation together but i don't know how to solve for x....

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  8. friedch1cken
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    Okay, so we have the equation 4x + 2 + 7x - 12 = 56, as provided by @dancechick76 . Do you know how to combine like terms on the left side of the equation?

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  9. Kagome_gurl8
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    Not really...

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  10. dancechick76
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    You need to add toether like terms. You have 2 numbers with x's. Combining those would give you 11x. Do you see where we're going?

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    the next step would be to combine 4 and (-12).

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  12. Kagome_gurl8
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    Yes I do

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  13. friedch1cken
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    Yes, you have 4x and 7x. 4 + 7 is 11, so you would get 11x. And then you can combine the other like terms, 4 and -12. What would you get?

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  14. Kagome_gurl8
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    -16

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  15. friedch1cken
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    Well, you would get -16 if the 4 was a negative 4. But since it is positive, you have to add 4 to -12. If I owe you 12 dollars and I pay you 4, how many more dollars do I owe you?

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  16. Kagome_gurl8
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    8, sorry the website bugged out on me

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