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In the figure above, line segments AD and BE intersect at C. What is the value of x in terms of y?

(A) 85 – y
(B) 90 – y
(C) y + 15
(D) y + 25
(E) y + 25

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Lets consider angle c on both sides as p (since they opposite angles)

Now considering both the triangles separately, we get

x+85+p = 180 and y+110+p = 180

solving..
p = 70 - y. Putting this in first.

x+85+(70-y) = 180
x - y + 155 = 180
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x = y +25

Both D and E are showing the same options.

So i believe we need to fix that :)

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In the figure above, line segments AD and BE intersect at C. What is the value of x in terms of y?

(A) 85 – y
(B) 90 – y
(C) y + 15
(D) y + 25
(E) y + 25

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\(\angle\) ECD = 180 - (110+y) = 70 -y
\(\angle\)BCA =\(\angle\) ECD = 70-y (Veritically opposite angles are equal )

\(\angle\) BAC = x = 180 -( 85+70-y)
=> x = 180 - 155 +y
=> x = 25 + y

Answer D and E both are y+25 .

Bunuel, Can you please check as both options D and E are same here .
Also , vertex B in upper triangle is missing .
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Take Angle ACB as a .Angle DCE will also be a since they are vertically opposite .
From Tr.ACB x+a=95
FromTr.DCE y+a=70

Therefor X+a= y+a+25
And therefore x=y+25

Option D and E both are correct.




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