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# In the parallelogram shown, what is the value of x? (1) y =

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02 Feb 2005, 21:40
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In the parallelogram shown, what is the value of x?
(1) y = 2x
(2) x + z = 120
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02 Feb 2005, 22:01
D - or either solutions is sufficient. as we are talking about a parrallelogram .

opposite angles are equal
sum of side by side angle = 180
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03 Feb 2005, 05:44
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adjectnt angles are totaled to 180 opp angles are =
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03 Feb 2005, 05:57
I agree with D. EAch one of them is sufficient to find x.
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03 Feb 2005, 14:30
I got this one wrong as I did not realize that adjacent angles of Parallellogram is supplimentary. Now I realize you can prove this concept easily as the two sides are parallel to each other.

D is correct!
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04 Feb 2005, 11:49
D.
Both are independently suff.
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