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Please Help me! :) Find: A) W [1] B) X [2] C) Y [1] D) Z [1]

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You haven't given me enough info to answer that one.

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180-73=107. but I need x or y in order to get the rest of it
That's all i was given :(
they didn't give a leg length or anything on that one?
Nope
it looks like the upper 2 legs are probably equal length, but I am still not able to tell you how to get there. Wish I could.
This is base on angles btw. Don't need any measure or length.
we haven't reached that part in my class yet then. If it was a right triangle, I could help.
Oh, thanks for helping.
np. I would try getting on you tube or just google the whole problem and try to hunt it down.
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for x 180 = x +73+73 find x
W is an example of angles in isoceles triangles...its the same as 73..so w is 73...now x is 180-73-73
Thanks Guys :)
Y would be 34 and Z 73?
That would be correct :)
Ok, Thanks :)

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