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# ETS Paper Test # 37 Section 1 - question 12

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13 Mar 2005, 19:08
This topic is locked. If you want to discuss this question please re-post it in the respective forum.

Could someone explain how to solve this problem? The answer says the angle of x equals 67.5 degrees but I can't figure out how they came to this.

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13 Mar 2005, 19:32
I suggest you to copy the question so that we can answer fastr even if we dont have this paper...

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13 Mar 2005, 20:17
Yes. Please include your question along with your post. Do note that not everyone owns a set of ETS paper, or OG or any other book.

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# ETS Paper Test # 37 Section 1 - question 12

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