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  1. anonymous
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    Hello, Here is a hint, a straight line is \(180^{\circ}\). Peace. (Let me know if you still do not have any idea on what to do.)

  2. Gokuporter
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    @Algorithmic

  3. anonymous
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    Sorry, OpenStudy did not notify me. So do you know where to continue from that hint I gave you?

  4. Gokuporter
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    no, can we do this step by step

  5. anonymous
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    Sure.

  6. anonymous
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    Okay so notice line \(n\). Line \(t\) that intersects line \(n\) is a straight line. A straight line is \(180\) degrees, so \(180 - 48 =\) the angle under angle 48. Follow so far?

  7. Gokuporter
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    yes go on

  8. anonymous
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    The lines are congruent, you can tell this by the \(>>\) symbol. So for line \(m\) the same is true. Since the lines are congruent, we can say the the angles mirror each other. So what is the opposite angel, of the angle \(x\)?

  9. Gokuporter
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    what about t

  10. anonymous
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    Line \(t\) intersects both lines in the same fashion. So since we know the bottom it mirrors to the top as well. Ergo, where you see \(48\) degrees on the bottom, you see the same on the top.

  11. anonymous
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    Maybe a picture would help better? See this: https://i.imgur.com/2vf0S3j.png

  12. Gokuporter
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    so x is 132?

  13. anonymous
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    Nope, remember the bottom mirrors the top.

  14. anonymous
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    Since the lines are congruent, the angles will be the same too.

  15. Gokuporter
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    84?

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