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# The figure above shows the angles of intersection of three streets. At

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The figure above shows the angles of intersection of three streets. At what angle do Second Avenue and Main Street intersect?

(A) 50°
(B) 55°
(C) 65°
(D) 70°
(E) 75°

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17 Aug 2017, 23:53
The triangle formed by the intersection of three streets obeys the property of triangles.

x+10+x+60 = 180
2x + 70 = 180
x = 110/2 = 55

Therefore the second Avenue and main Street intersect at x + 10(65 degree)(Option C)
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