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A pair of parallel lines is cut by a transversal: A pair of parallel lines cut by a transversal is shown. The inside bottom right angle is labeled 80 degrees. The alternate interior angle is cut by a ray and is labeled as x on one side and 15 degrees on the other. What is the measure of angle x? 60 degrees 65 degrees 70 degrees 80 degrees

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    @Nnesha

  3. anonymous
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    C. 65

  4. anonymous
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    Thanks

  5. anonymous
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    your welcome and do you have anymore

  6. anonymous
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    not for now, and hey, could you explain how you got 65? cos i got 70 idk why can u explain?

  7. anonymous
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    well u see 80-15=x right so you solve for x and will get 65

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    but you see, the whole line is 180 right?

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    so 180-80 is 100 minus 15 degrees is 85

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    im confused

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    yeah the opposite angle right next to it is 100 degrees and the other is 80 so 100+80=180 and 80-15=x and you solve for x youll get 65 degrees

  12. anonymous
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    ohhhhhh ok i think i kind of get it.

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    thanks!

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    im going to see if it is correct, one second.

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    yeah it is 65 degrees! thanks!!

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    ok and your welcome

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    hey i kind of need help on another similar question are u there?

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    @jameskang1015

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    yep lets see it

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    would be 60 degrees because 85-25=x and 85-25=60

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    ok thanks

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    no problem

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    anymore @pandaluvs

  25. anonymous
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    no

  26. anonymous
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    okay

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