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anonymous

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In the figure below, angle y and angle x form vertical angles. Angle y forms a straight line with the 80° angle and the 60° angle.

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    Write and solve an equation to determine the measure of angle x.

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    @mathmath333

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    Anyone?????

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    @hendersonjen02

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    what ere you thinking for the equation and from there i can help you because the angle for x looks like it can be 60 degree angle to me to you it probably looks a lot different

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    |dw:1435268976128:dw|

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    like @hendersonjen02 said, now you can create an equation

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    yEAH what would my eqaution be like i dont understand

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    Look at the picture. You have 3 things that add up to 180. What are they?

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    angles?

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    ok. yeah. I meant specifically, what are the measure of the 3 angles that add up to 180? If you read your question, they even tell you which ones make up the straight line. Add them up and set it equal to 180 to get the equation

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    Does anyone have the e answer

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    im conpletely lost

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    @Preetha

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