marcoduuuh
What is the value of x in the rhombus below?
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@AriPotta

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ehh idunno i'm sorry

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Thanks for trying. (:

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ahh this is bugging me, I will figure this out.

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180 = 2x (x+26)

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ahh Laker game started I'm sorry. I dont know what to do.

marcoduuuh
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Ah dude ):

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Thanks though!

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The diagonals of a rhombus are perpendicular.
The two given angles are acute angles in a right triangle.

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x=206?

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2x + x + 26 + 90 = 180
Solve this for x and let's see what you get.

marcoduuuh
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x=64/3

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?

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I think that is what I got. Let me check.

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64/3 for x. Is that an option?

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Yes! Thank you.

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Okay.