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Find the value of x in the triangle shown below.

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  1. anonymous
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    the sum of all angles in any triangle , is 180

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    i honestly suck at geometry what does that mean exactly?

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    ok , so in a triangle , there are three angles when you add the values of those angles, it is equal to 180 |dw:1435334740848:dw| its true for all triangles so x+y+z=180 apply the same to your triangle

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    so basically what i do is add the points up and subtract it by 180 and the answer would be 39?

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    yes ! ..:)

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