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jaybear97

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ugh

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  2. anonymous
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    to get y you add 100 and 86 and divide it by 2 y = 93 and do the same for z z = 92

  3. jaybear97
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    all i have to do is find w?

  4. anonymous
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    z and x have the same measure

  5. jaybear97
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    so whatever z is its the same for W?

  6. anonymous
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    Sorry I made it sound complicated. z = x and y = w so w = 93

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    ohhhhhh ok

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    now i have 2 find x

  9. anonymous
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    That's 92

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    so W is 93 and X is 92?

  11. anonymous
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    yea

  12. jaybear97
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    also have to find Y and Z

  13. anonymous
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    y = 93 z = 92

  14. jaybear97
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    thank you

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    np :)

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