What is the value of w in terms of x and y?

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What is the value of w in terms of x and y?

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aka "solve for \(w\) " right?
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if that is a straight line on the right, then \(2x+w=180\)
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so you can solve for \(w\) with no \(y\) in it , just \[w=180-2x\]
The answer to this is w=2x+2y-180
i have no clue how that's the answer
me neither
crap
i am sure we can figure it out if we stare long enough
yea that's the only strategy i have thus far
we got a bunch of stuff we know for example \[x+y+k=180\]
yea
\[w+2k=180\]
yea i got that
we can solve \[w+2k=180\] for \(k\) and get \[w=180-2k\]then plug that in to the first one
yea
oops that is wrong, i meant "solve for \(k\)"
\[k=\frac{180-w}{2}\]
hmmm okay
plug that in h ere \[x+y+k=180\]
This is confusing!
\[x+y+\frac{180-w}{2}=180\] then solve that for \(w\)
wow u kno what i'm just going to skip this because this is way too hard
it is not that hard takes three steps at the most
multiply by 2 get \[2x+2y+180-w=360\]
add \(w\) subtract \(360\) get \[2x+2y-180=w\]
wow you got it..... okay well lemme sit here and stare for a bit to process this..
so another method would be K=(180-x-y) w+k+k=180 w=180-2k w=180-2(180-x-y) w=180-360+2x+2y w=2x+2y-180

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