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The angles shown below are supplementary: A pair of supplementary angles is shown. One angle measures 10x and the other angle measures 60 degrees. What is the value of x? 6° 9° 12° 18°

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    I wanted someone to check my answer which was 6

  2. anonymous
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    add the angles and equate it to 180 10x + 60 = 180 .... 10x + 60 = 180 - 60 -60 -------------- 10x + 0 = 120 so, now we can focus on: 10x = 120 the 10x = 120, when x=12 So C

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    okay thanks @_greatmath7

  4. anonymous
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    yeah of course

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    :)

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