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# In the figure shown, what is the value of x?

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31 Aug 2009, 04:29
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In the figure shown, what is the value of x?

(1) The length of line segment QR is equal to the length of line segment RS

(2) The length of line segment ST is equal to the length of line segment TU

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31 Aug 2009, 06:07
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C it is
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31 Aug 2009, 06:11
Thanks and kudos!
I've seen a similar problem before, but forgot...

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02 Sep 2009, 06:18
Intially I couldn't see how you got angle 1 + angle 6 to be 90.....but I got to open my eyes to see the bigger picture. Good explanation.
Definitely agree with C.

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04 Sep 2009, 10:08
IMO C..too...gr8 effort ...clicking the image on web cam...
n thx...i m taking angles as RQS.....RSQ....taking 1,2,3, makes problem more easy..

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19 Mar 2011, 03:16
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it is C:
(1) <R + <T = 90 in which:

(2) <R = 180 - <RQS - <RSQ = 180 - 2<RSQ (as RQ = RS)
(3) <T = 180 - <UST - <SUT = 180 - 2<UST ( as ST = TU)

(1) + (2) + (3):
180 - 2<RSQ + 180 - 2<UST = 90
=>360 - 2(<RSQ + <UST) = 90
=> 360 - 2 (180 -x) = 90
=> x= 45
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In the figure shown, what is the value of x?

$$x+\angle{QSR}+\angle{UST}=180$$ (straight line =180) and $$\angle{R}+\angle{T}=90$$ (as PRT is right angle)

(1) The length of line segment QR is equal to the length of line segment RS --> triangle QRS is isosceles --> $$\angle{RQS}=\angle{QSR}=\frac{180-\angle{R}}{2}$$ (as $$\angle{RQS}+\angle{QSR}+\angle{R}=180$$ --> $$2*\angle{QSR}+\angle{R}=180$$ --> $$\angle{QSR}=\frac{180-\angle{R}}{2}$$). Not sufficient.

(2) The length of line segment ST is equal to the length of line segment TU --> triangle UST is isosceles --> $$\angle{SUT}=\angle{UST}=\frac{180-\angle{T}}{2}$$. Not sufficient.

(1)+(2) $$x+\angle{QSR}+\angle{UST}=180$$ --> $$x+\frac{180-\angle{R}}{2}+\frac{180-\angle{T}}{2}=180$$ --> $$x+\frac{360-(\angle{R}+\angle{T})}{2}=180$$ --> since $$\angle{R}+\angle{T}=90$$ --> $$x+\frac{360-90}{2}=180$$ --> $$x=45$$. Sufficient.

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