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anonymous

  • one year ago

help please! :)

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  1. anonymous
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    see how <70, <60, and <x make a straight line?

  6. anonymous
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    yea

  7. Mehek14
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    so you can make an equation \(70+60+x=180\) \(70+60=130\\130+x=180\)

  8. Mehek14
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    to solve, subtract 180 - 130 and you will get the measure of x

  9. anonymous
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    50

  10. Mehek14
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    so x=50

  11. anonymous
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    wait so whats the completed equation to solve the measure of x

  12. Mehek14
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    130 + x = 180

  13. anonymous
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    isnt it this

  14. anonymous
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    oh wait nevermind your right

  15. anonymous
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    so how would you solve this equation.. 130 + x = 180

  16. Mehek14
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    subtract 180 - 130

  17. Mehek14
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    and you get 50 = x

  18. anonymous
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    so this is the full answer... 130 + x = 180 To determine the measure of X you have to subtract 180-130 and you would get 50=x So the solved equation would be 130 + 50= 180

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    @Mehek14

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    please tell me if im right

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  23. Mertsj
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    yes. You are right.

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