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I need the answers to the following questions posted below. All help is appreciated.

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  2. anonymous
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    for seven you should add the angles and subtract the sum from 180

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    9 i think is supplementary

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    what about 6

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    \[3x+7+28=180\]

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    these r triangles and angles right?

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    8 should be 128

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    @unrealjesse ?

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    I'm here. I still don't get number 6

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    add 7 and 28, subtract sum from 180, then divide that number by 3

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    \[3x+7+28=180, 3x+35=180, 3x=145, x=48.333...\]

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    i believe this is it

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    Gotcha thanks that literally cleared things up

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    np anytime XD

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