(pls help me.) (I screenshot the question and choices below )(I'll give you a medal D: )

- anonymous

(pls help me.) (I screenshot the question and choices below )(I'll give you a medal D: )

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@TheSmartOne Helppp

- anonymous

someone please help D:

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- anonymous

I have this bad feeling that you have no idea how to do this and I'm gonna spend a half hour explaining this. I hope not.

- anonymous

._.

- anonymous

Well all you gotta do is prove me wrong, eh?

- anonymous

I don't know how...

- anonymous

Anyways, let's get onto it.

- anonymous

yay

- anonymous

The first tip, that RS is congruent to ST is pretty important. because that means that the angles SRT and STR are also congruent.

- anonymous

right right

- anonymous

So let's say they are both theta. That sound good?

- anonymous

We know that the angle of STU and STR will add together to be 180, right?

- anonymous

right :o

- anonymous

We also know that the 3 angles of a triangle will add to be 180, right?

- anonymous

yes

- anonymous

So we can construct a system of equations with x and theta based on those two pieces of knowledge.

- anonymous

:o

- anonymous

I just noticed, but there is a (1 point) thing on your attachment, this isn't for a quiz, is it?

- anonymous

It's for a practice thing

- anonymous

and I also don't know how to do this >_<

- anonymous

my brain is like rambling

- anonymous

You are writing this stuff down right? Don't try to do it all in your head, much easier to write (and draw) it down.

- anonymous

I am :(((

- anonymous

I still don't know how to find the answer D:

- anonymous

Do you know how to make and solve a system of equations?

- anonymous

umm...no ._. Well not this atleast

- anonymous

Hmmmm

- anonymous

D:

- anonymous

Idk what to tell you. There is some level of knowledge required to ask certain questions.

- anonymous

Like how do I solve this? I honestly don't know and I've been stuck on this since last weekend D:

- anonymous

this question been driving me crazy

- anonymous

You can comprise two equations that both contain x and theta, and then use a system of equations to solve for x. That's how I did it, and it took me about 5 minutes.

- anonymous

and what did you get? :o could you like do the steps for me?

- anonymous

You know what, fine. I'll take a picture of it.

- anonymous

yayy

- anonymous

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- anonymous

what does the last part say :o

- anonymous

Well I was solving the system of equations for x.

- anonymous

You know what? Just have someone help you solve this system of equations for x \[\large \sf 8x+\theta = 180\\\large \sf 7x+2\theta = 234\]

- anonymous

okay :(

- anonymous

THank you <3

- anonymous

No problem, good luck

- anonymous

*sigh*

- anonymous

HELPPP @TheSmartOne

- anonymous

@TheSmartOne pls be here D:

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