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### HideShow timer Statistics If AB = BX and XC = CD in the figure above, what is s in terms of p and r?

(A) $$180 - 2(P + r)$$

(B) $$p + r - 90$$

(C) $$2(P + r)$$

(D) $$p + r$$

(E) $$\frac{p + r}{2}$$

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since sides are equal so angle p +s+ angle r will be of pt X
and triangle AXD
p+p+r+s+r=180
or say
s=$$180 - 2(P + r)$$
IMO A

Bunuel wrote: If AB = BX and XC = CD in the figure above, what is s in terms of p and r?

(A) $$180 - 2(P + r)$$

(B) $$p + r - 90$$

(C) $$2(P + r)$$

(D) $$p + r$$

(E) $$\frac{p + r}{2}$$ Re: If AB = BX and XC = CD in the figure above, what is s in terms of p an   [#permalink] 25 Feb 2019, 00:07
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