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Find the value of x and y in the parallelogram below.

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Adjacent angles of a parallelogram are supplementary, so y+3y =180 can you find 'y' from here ?
4y=180 y=45
howwould i finx do i 3x=180 x=60?
sorry for late reply! again Adjacent angles of a parallelogram are supplementary, y+3x =180 and you know y :)
or you could use the fact that opposite angles are equal, 3x=3y x=y :)
45+3x=180 3x=135 x=45 thx alot man
welcome ^_^
i got one quick question
sure, ask.
If a quadrilateral is a parallelogram, then its opposite sides are _____. it the awnser congruent?
correct. congruent or equal, both are same and correct.
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