anonymous
  • anonymous
If m (angle)4= (3x)degrees and m (angle)8= (y = 40)degrees , what is the measure of (angle) 4 ? I have been working on this, I think its 120 degrees but then it my not be. If you can help me by yes or no so i can move on
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anonymous
  • anonymous
so I get it 20 degress
tkhunny
  • tkhunny
Is there a drawing? Should we be looking at a triangle? Is it supposed to be "y-40"?
anonymous
  • anonymous
no drawing it is x

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tkhunny
  • tkhunny
Oh, how I wish that made any sense at all. Can you provide the full and exact problem statement?
anonymous
  • anonymous
If m<4= ( 3x) and m<8= ( x = 40 ), what is the measure of <4 ?
tkhunny
  • tkhunny
That might be closer. Now the y is an x and we're down to one variable. Now, we have to figure out what that second piece is. Have you EVER seen an expression with TWO equal signs in it? It's pretty unusual. You're going to have to explain what that means.

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