anonymous
  • anonymous
Find the values of X and Y. (Drawing not to scale)
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@Michele_Laino

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JacobChaotic
  • JacobChaotic
In order to solve this problem, you're gonna have to take a look at the congruent marks on the left, which will give away the answers. The congruency marks mean both triangles are equal to each other. Needless to say, angle B would be 47 degrees, along with angle X. Now, since line AD bisects the triangle, you would get a right angle, therefore angle X would be 90 degrees. In order to find the last angle, you would add 90 degrees plus 47 degrees which would give you 137 degrees. Since we know triangles are 180 degrees all together, you would subtract 137 from 180, which would give you the answer of 43 degrees for y.
anonymous
  • anonymous
@JacobChaotic Thanks for you're help, I think I was just mainly over complicating it.
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Anytime, @TayTay23!

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