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# In the figure above, what is x in terms of y?

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In the figure above, what is x in terms of y?

A. 150 − y
B. 150 + y
C. 80 + y
D. 30 + y
E. 30 − y

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25 Dec 2018, 08:03
Bunuel wrote:

In the figure above, what is x in terms of y?

A. 150 − y
B. 150 + y
C. 80 + y
D. 30 + y
E. 30 − y

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2018-12-25_1859.png

x = 180 - 30 - y = 150 - y.

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25 Dec 2018, 09:05
Bunuel wrote:

In the figure above, what is x in terms of y?

A. 150 − y
B. 150 + y
C. 80 + y
D. 30 + y
E. 30 − y

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2018-12-25_1859.png

x+y+30=180
x=150-y

IMO A
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