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Find the value of x. (Picture below.)

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  1. marcoduuuh
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  2. Azteck
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    What's the angle sum of a straight line?

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  3. marcoduuuh
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    How do I solve for that?

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  4. alexeis_nicole
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    |dw:1358998103844:dw| 180 - 130 = θ 180 - 73 - θ = x

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    Just tell me what the angle sum is for a straight line.

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  6. ashishthomas7
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    73+x=130

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  7. Azteck
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    @alexeis_nicole Nice. Now she can copy the answer without understanding what just happened.

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  8. marcoduuuh
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    180?

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    i think thats it

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  10. Azteck
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    Yes. So if the angle sum of a straight line is 180, then how would you find the angle beside 130

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  11. marcoduuuh
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    @ashishthomas7 so it's 57?

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    yup

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  13. Azteck
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    NO

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  14. marcoduuuh
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    OH. THAT WAS EASY. I FORGOT ABOUT THIS LOL. Sorry guys.

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  15. marcoduuuh
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    oh?

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  16. Azteck
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    @marcoduuuh What's the triangle property that allowed you to find that it was 57?

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    |dw:1358998413448:dw|

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    @ashishthomas7 Could you not give answers away and actually allow others to understand what's going on?

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    107?

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  20. Azteck
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    Do you know the property, exterior angle of a triangle?

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  21. ashishthomas7
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    and now applying that angles in a triangle add upto 180 x+73+180-130=180

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    θ and 130 are supplementary angles. so to find θ we need to subtract 130 from 180. we also know that a whole triangle equals 180 degrees. so once we find θ, we are able to subtract our known valus within the triangle to find x :)

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    values*

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    @ashishthomas7 Already taught you a faster way to solving it using exterior angle of a triangle. \[73+x=130\]

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    thats wat i used first.... @Azteck

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    That's why I said your name. Are you derping or something?

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  27. Azteck
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    All you did was put out an equation without telling how you got it.

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  28. ashishthomas7
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    i aslo told that after i writing the eqn scroll upward and luk...

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  29. marcoduuuh
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    Stahp trollin @Azteck brah.

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  30. marcoduuuh
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    AND IT'S NOT THAT DIFFICULT. I UNDERSTOOD HOW THE EQUATION WAS MADE YOU DERP.

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