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If ΔRTS = ΔHFG, <R = 2x + 14, <S = 3x + 6, and <F = 4x - 2. Find m<H.

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    do you need to solve for x?

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    im not sure actually , i think it said to solve for x

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    So if you add all the angles they would equal 180 degrees right

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