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Find the value of x. The diagram is not draw drawn to scale.

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    First, can you classify what shape this is?

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    parallogram?

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    Hmm, not quite. A parallelogram has 4 sides, which are parallel

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  5. Kagome_gurl8 Group Title
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    Oh, thats what i've been counting it as. Maybe thats why i've been getting it wrong...

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    Maybe xD So do you know what shape has 5 sides?

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    pentagon

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    Yep, so do you know how much the interior angles measure of a pentagon? (n-2)(180)

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    Not really, i'm really bad a geometry

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    take the number of sides, subtract 2, and then multiply that by 180= that is the measure of the interior angles

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    for the whole question i ended up with 90, is that correct?

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    For what x equals?

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    yes

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    Just a sec..

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  15. zaynahf Group Title
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    Perfect!

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    really!?!?

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    Yeah! Its what i got at least, unless i did it wrong too o_o Plug in 90 for x, and add up all the angles and make sure you get 540

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