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@robtobey ??? anyone anybody
|dw:1432797709236:dw| What is the value of "?" ?
Um.........oh shoot sorry i'm not good with math.........n?
No, not 136. Read the two properties and try again.
i still don't get it
Don't get what?
You have to understand the two properties before you do the question.
oooh so i'm thinking it will that the naswer would be 58
becuzz it says whichLines l, m, and n are parallel. What is the value of x? so since the x line is connected with the 58 then it would still be 58
That's not really a valid argument. ? = 58 (alt angles, l // m) x = ? (corr. angles, m // n) = 58
so am i right?
Do you get it?
You got the answer right but clearly you don't really understand how you get the answer. When you encounter some more complicated problems, you will not be able to get the right answer. Getting the answer right and how you get the right answer, I think the latter is more important.
x = 58 deg
From plane geometry: The alternate interior angles formed by the intersection of two parallel lines and a transversal, are equal.
Refer to @Callisto's diagram.
+1 to @Callisto - the answer is useless to you if you don't understand how it was derived, or even the principles behind the reasons. Go back to your text, your class or you book, or read online, and look at the properties of alternate and corresponding angles in parallel lines.....
@Lolipop_Drum312 Or read this : https://www.mathsisfun.com/geometry/corresponding-angles.html
"You got the answer right but..." That's when asker left lol...
well thanks lol