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Can someone explain this to me?
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New post 24 Oct 2007, 07:23
I think it's E, you dont know if the triangles are isos or equi.
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I think it's E, you dont know if the triangles are isos or equi.


That was my guess (obviously), but alas... :(
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New post 24 Oct 2007, 07:26
actually I change my answer...C, i think x=20
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I think the key is to realize that you know one of the angles is 90 (right triangle) of the large triangle, and you know the interior angles of the quad is 360...then you just deduce....what is the OA? C, D?
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New post 24 Oct 2007, 07:35
young_gun wrote:
actually I change my answer...C, i think x=20


The answer is definitely C, but i calculated x to be 45
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I think the key is to realize that you know one of the angles is 90 (right triangle) of the large triangle, and you know the interior angles of the quad is 360...then you just deduce....what is the OA? C, D?


The OA is C.

Can you describe how you can deduce it?
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I think the key is to realize that you know one of the angles is 90 (right triangle) of the large triangle, and you know the interior angles of the quad is 360...then you just deduce....what is the OA? C, D?


The OA is C.

Can you describe how you can deduce it?


big triangle sum of angles=180, one of which we know is 90...so the other 2 equal 90 as well.
sum of quad angles=360, one of which is 90, one of which is x. knowing that the other 2 smaller triangles are the same measure (eqi or iso doesnt matter) we can say that x plus its two adjacent angles is 180. and 180 minus angle Q plus 180 minus angle U plus X, is equal to 270 (270 from 360-90, the sum of the quad angles).
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I think the key is to realize that you know one of the angles is 90 (right triangle) of the large triangle, and you know the interior angles of the quad is 360...then you just deduce....what is the OA? C, D?


The OA is C.

Can you describe how you can deduce it?


here is a crude picture, mate.
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I think I get it now. Thanks a ton for the help! 8-)
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