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In the right angled triangle with 35 degree angle, the third angle is 180 - 90 - 35 = 65

For two intersecting triangles, the angle opposite is 65 degree and the third angle is again 35 degree,
because the triangle is right angled.

Since the sum of angles in a straight line is 180, x + 35 = 180 => x = 180 - 35 = 145(Option D)
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In the figure above, x =

(A) 35
(B) 55
(C) 125
(D) 145
(E) 150

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If any two angles of any two triangles are congruent, the third angle is congruent, and the triangles are similar.

(The AA postulate comes from the fact that interior angles of a triangle always sum to 180. Two of three angles equal means both third angles are equal, too.)

Both triangles have a 90° angle, and congruent vertical angles. The unlabeled third angle of the triangle on the left therefore is 35°. Angle x is on the same straight line as that third angle, so x + 35 = 180.

x = 145

Answer D
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