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# How many degrees is angle x? (1) y = 47° (2) z = 110°

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(1) y = 47°
$$\angle$$x = 180 - 47 = 133 (Linear pair axiom )
Sufficient

(2) z = 110°
$$\angle$$ABC = 180 - 110 = 70 (Linear pair axiom )
$$\angle$$ ACB = 180 -(63+70) (Sum of all angles of a triangle )
= 47
$$\angle$$ x = 180 - 47 = 133 (Linear pair axiom )
Sufficient

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