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  • one year ago

I FAN AND MEDAL BUT PLEASE HELP ME! Which relationship is always correct for the angles x, y, and z of triangle ABC? A triangle ABC has angle ABC labeled as y, angle ACB labeled as z, and the exterior angle at A labeled as x. x + z = y y + z = x x + y + z = 180 degrees x + y + z = 90 degrees

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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  2. SupDaSup
    • one year ago
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    I would say B. y+z=x

  3. anonymous
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    you shure?

  4. SupDaSup
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    well thats what I would pick if i had that test

  5. SupDaSup
    • one year ago
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    after you do the test send me a message and tell which it was k?

  6. anonymous
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    k meanwhile can u help me? on anuther?

  7. SupDaSup
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    Sure

  8. MrNood
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    @pandaluvs do you think that that is a sufficient reason to choose the answer - just cos @SupDaSup "thinks so"

  9. anonymous
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    idk, i guess he knows.

  10. anonymous
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    he tried at least.

  11. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    What is this for? I don't feel comfortable helping if it is for something like a test or a quiz...

  12. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    lol no its not, its just like a review of what i know already but that question really got me.

  13. MrNood
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    do you want to see how to do it ? or are you gonna just trust someone you don't know? (MANY answers given here are just plain WRONG)

  14. anonymous
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    sure i guess

  15. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    I can help you figure it out, but I will not just give you the answer flat out.

  16. MrNood
    • one year ago
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    OK so let's call the angle at A "a" what do oyu know about x+y+a (the sum of the internal angles of a triangle)??

  17. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    yes they all add up to 180 right?

  18. MrNood
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    good yes now x and a are angles on a straight line so what is x+a?

  19. anonymous
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    um 180 degrees?

  20. MrNood
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    good so you have: |dw:1444231866005:dw| so what is true about the 2 terms in the ring?

  21. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    they both add up to 180

  22. MrNood
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    SORRY - I made a mistake a few post back it is y+z+a = 180 (i WROTE X+Y+A) but it doesn't change the method. Your answer is not correct above: look at the 2 equation something + a = 180 something ELSE +a = 180 so what is true about the 2 'somethings'?

  23. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    uh... it means that um.. they add up to something that when its added to A its 180?????? idk

  24. anonymous
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    lol i am just dumb at math :(

  25. MrNood
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    OK since they both add up to 180 you coiuld write y+z+a = x+a OK? what happens if oyu then subtract a from each side?

  26. anonymous
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    OH DAMN I GET IT

  27. anonymous
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    y + z =x

  28. anonymous
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    so x is 2 times bigger than z and y

  29. anonymous
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    ok and now what?

  30. MrNood
    • one year ago
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    ok - well done. NOW - you were probably 'DUMB' at everthing else until you LEARNT it Maths is not inherently hard - it is just ans excuse to say you ar edmb. When learnt like anything else it gets easier - and in fact is easier to get high marks because it is RIGHT or wrong - no-one can argue with a correct method...

  31. MrNood
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    WHOOOOA! x is NOT 2 times bigger all you can see is the y+z=x that is the answer - it is one of the optins...

  32. anonymous
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    i meant z is half of x

  33. anonymous
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    oh lol thank you ,,,, do you think you can help me wif another?

  34. anonymous
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    Learnt is not a word. The correct way to say that is "...before you learned it." @MrNood

  35. anonymous
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    lmao

  36. anonymous
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    http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/56153988e4b02b3e025ee027

  37. anonymous
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    @Mr_Perfection_xD

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    @Preetha @Nnesha

  39. anonymous
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    @Wendy.Ivette11714 @Koikkara @undeadknight26 @OregonDuck @ParthKohli @PizzaLover123 @Hannah_Sims @AaronAndyson

  40. MrNood
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    @justzoe22 quote from "the Grammarist" Learned is the more common past tense and past participle of the verb learn. Learnt is a variant especially common outside North America NOTE to US citizens - there is a world outside your borders

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