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What is the value of x?

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|dw:1358754147786:dw| a an b form a vertical angle pair. vertical angles are equal, so a=b in your case, 2x+24 =142 can you find x from here ?
  • hba
You would have to subtract 24 from both sides and then divide by 2

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2x+24=142 2x=118 Divide 2 from both sides and you get x=??
59 right ? ( :
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remember opposites verticle are always equal
because 118 divided by 2 is 59!
Yes :)
59 is correct @barnoldwrl :)
  • hba
@barnoldwrl See what @hartnn has showed you have them equal 2x+24=142 Subtract 24 from both sides and then divide by 2 ,Do it.
  • hba
Work it through.
lol, hba, already solved....
@hba she already has and she got the answer...I think the questions is fine and she doesn't need more help
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Dude someone gave the answer.

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