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HELP ME PLS

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  1. anonymous
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  2. anonymous
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    FIND X, Y, AND Z

  3. anonymous
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    Okay so do you see the angle where it says 125 in the bottom left?

  4. anonymous
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    yes

  5. anonymous
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    That angle is supplementary to x so \[180-125=?\]

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    55?

  7. anonymous
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    Yes and since this triangle is an isosceles x and z are congruent to each other so|dw:1436372583244:dw|

  8. anonymous
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    ok thanks! now whats y?

  9. anonymous
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    What do the interior of a triangle's angles add up to?

  10. anonymous
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    110?

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    180?

  12. anonymous
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    180 yes so\[55+55=110\] \[180-110=?\]

  13. anonymous
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    70?

  14. anonymous
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    Yes now to check your work \[55+55+70=?\]

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    180

  16. anonymous
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    what about this one? find x and y

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  17. anonymous
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    @Venice-Gribbin im not sure how to answer this question. Little help?

  18. anonymous
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    find x and y is it 35 for both?

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  19. anonymous
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    Remember that the 110 and x are supplematary so 180-110=?

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    70?

  21. anonymous
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    Correct

  22. anonymous
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    So now, what's 70+90?

  23. anonymous
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    160

  24. anonymous
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    x=y+15 y=x-15 this is all i can contribute.

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  25. anonymous
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    160 now minus 180 equals?

  26. anonymous
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    I summon @iGreen for reference.

  27. anonymous
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    20?

  28. anonymous
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    So that missing angle or Y=20

  29. anonymous
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    okay so y is 20 but whats x?

  30. anonymous
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    70 because 180-110=70 and those two angles are supplmentary

  31. anonymous
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    okay thanks! i have like three more questions

  32. anonymous
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    Okay shoot them :)

  33. anonymous
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    what is the value of x and y

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  34. iGreen
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    Um, which question are we looking at exactly?

  35. anonymous
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    find x and y

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  36. anonymous
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    The one above and the one that Venice summoned you for

  37. iGreen
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    Okay, all angles are equal..it's an equilateral triangle.

  38. anonymous
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    ok

  39. iGreen
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    180 / 3 = ?

  40. iGreen
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    All equilateral triangles have the same angle measurement.

  41. anonymous
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    60

  42. anonymous
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    so both angles are 60?

  43. iGreen
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    All 3 angles are 60. So we can write: y - 10 = 60 x + 5 = 60

  44. iGreen
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    Solve both for 'x' and 'y'

  45. anonymous
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    70 and 65?

  46. anonymous
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    i mean 55?

  47. anonymous
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    is that correct?

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    ?????

  49. anonymous
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    anyone?

  50. anonymous
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    @iGreen is that correct?

  51. iGreen
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    Yes, that's correct.

  52. iGreen
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    y = 70 x = 65

  53. anonymous
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    why isnt x 55?

  54. anonymous
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    @iGreen ?

  55. iGreen
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    Oops, my bad typo..it is 55.

  56. anonymous
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    ok thanks!

  57. anonymous
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    @ANA789 can you help me with the rest?

  58. anonymous
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    Sure send them to me @pleasehelpme5

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