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What is X. [#permalink] New post 19 Nov 2007, 15:32
Please accept my apologies for poor word drawing. See if you could decipher through this problem. Thanks
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Re: What is X. [#permalink] New post 19 Nov 2007, 17:01
alimad wrote:
Please accept my apologies for poor word drawing. See if you could decipher through this problem. Thanks


I think it should be E as no value for an angle is given.
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 [#permalink] New post 19 Nov 2007, 17:20
I agree,

Both the equations are insufficient, even on clubbing them together its I am not able to get the value of that angle...

Going with E

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 [#permalink] New post 19 Nov 2007, 17:26
It is C,
see the attachment
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It is C,
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C it is as. But I don't get 45. Actually it depends on what you are seing as x
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Ravshonbek - please respond [#permalink] New post 20 Nov 2007, 06:26
Ravshonbek : How did you get this --

R+2b=180
T+2a=180
a+b+x=180 -- x=180-a-b

-- I'm confused about this piece.
90+180-a+180-b+x=360
--- Please explain the above.
90-a-b+180-a-b=0
-2a-2b=-270
a+b=135

x=180-(a+b) from above
x=45
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