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find X. medal, thanks :)

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what type of triangle is it?
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looks like someone deserves a medal.. haha
Even if we know the type of triangle we dont have enough information to solve for x
Actually no. Do you know what type of triangle it is?
no, because the next question asks that question. :/ @RyanL.
Oh! I think I got it!
Oh please tell us @Luigi0210 My head hurts right now!
We are not suppose to use the triangle for finding x.. we use.. wait for it.. The circle!
wait.. err -_-
i know I was trying to do that too but we have no value for the radius or diameter.
we could use 360?
the circumference is 2pir we can convert to radians but without any information of the radius we cant solve it.
are 6x, 8x-10, 10x-10 side lengths or arc lengths?
i think arc. because they are outside the circle. if it helps, they in partenthisis. @UnkleRhaukus
so does that mean they can equal 360?
flutter, thats smart way of thinking... i guess so @Luigi0210
if they are arcs, then they should add up to give 360° 6x + 8x-10 + 10x-10 = 360°

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