BraydonLevi99
  • BraydonLevi99
Find the values of X, Y, and Z. The diagram is not to scale.
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BraydonLevi99
  • BraydonLevi99
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anonymous
  • anonymous
We can easily figure 'x' because the interior angles of a triangle add up to 180. Can you figure 'x'?
BraydonLevi99
  • BraydonLevi99
x = 76

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BraydonLevi99
  • BraydonLevi99
y and z = 33.5?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yup, and 'x' lies along the same line that 'z' does, Straight lines have a measure of 180 as well, so could you find 'z'? not 33.5
BraydonLevi99
  • BraydonLevi99
\[Z = 104 ? \]
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yup, and I'm still trying to figure 'y', so bear with me.
BraydonLevi99
  • BraydonLevi99
Okay
BraydonLevi99
  • BraydonLevi99
Doesn't the trangle need to equal something like 180 or 360??
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes
BraydonLevi99
  • BraydonLevi99
So wouldn't Y = 63?
BraydonLevi99
  • BraydonLevi99
Because 13 + 104 = 117 and when you subtract 180 from 117 you get 63
anonymous
  • anonymous
Let me check real quick.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Is 13 the height of the line dividing the triangles, or is it the measure of the upper right angle?
anonymous
  • anonymous
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BraydonLevi99
  • BraydonLevi99
To be honest i don't know because thats what it has on my paper is where the 13 is now...
anonymous
  • anonymous
That leads me to think that it is probably the height of the line then.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Are you given options?
BraydonLevi99
  • BraydonLevi99
I think that it is the corners angle
BraydonLevi99
  • BraydonLevi99
No..
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well, if 13 is the angle measure, the 'y' would equal 63 as you said.
BraydonLevi99
  • BraydonLevi99
Ok

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