Easy 5point math question solve

use the relationship between the angles in the figure to answer the question

which equation can be used by find the value of x?

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[tex]Easy 5point math question solve use the relationship between the angles in the figure to answ[/tex]

[tex]Easy 5point math question solve use the relationship between the angles in the figure to answ[/tex]

[tex]Easy 5point math question solve use the relationship between the angles in the figure to answ[/tex]

Second option is correct. i.e.

[tex]x=180-(67+52)[/tex]

Step-by-step explanation:

Since we have given that

Measure of left most angle = 67

Measure of top middle angle = 52

Let the angle between them be x degrees

As we know that "Sum of three angles of a triangle is 180 ".

So, it becomes,

[tex]67\textdegree+52\textdegree+x=180\textdegree\\\\x=180\textdegree-(67+52)\textdegree\\\\x=180\textdegree-119\textdegree\\\\x=61\textdegree[/tex]

Hence, Second option is correct. i.e.

[tex]x=180-(67+52)[/tex]

The last answer choice as well I agree, X=180-(37+53)

Step-by-step explanatio:

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x = 180 - (31 + 40)

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x = 180 - (31 +40)

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1. 52° + x° + 67° = 180°

2. x° + 22° = 90°

Step-by-step explanation:

1. In the first figure,

Since the angles given are supplementary angles i.e. their sum is 180°

So, we get,

52° + x° + 67° = 180°

i.e. x° = 180° - 119°

i.e. x° = 61°

Thus, the expression to find the value of x is 52° + x° + 67° = 180°.

2. In the second figure,

Since the angles given are complementary angles i.e. their sum is 90°

This gives us,

x° + 22° = 90°

i.e. x° = 90° - 22°

i.e. x° = 68°

Hence, the expression to find the value of x is x° + 22° = 90°

C. [tex]x=180^o-(31^o+40^o)[/tex]

Step-by-step explanation:

We have been given a figure of angles formed on a straight line.

Since we know that the angles on a straight line add up-to 180 degrees. Upon using this property we can set an equation as:

[tex]31^o+x^o+40^o=180^o[/tex]

Let us subtract 40 and 31 degrees from both sides of our equation to solve to x.

[tex]31^o-31^o+x^o+40^o-40^o=180^o-31^o-40^o[/tex]

[tex]x=180^o-31^o-40^o[/tex]

Upon factoring negative sign from right side of our equation we will get,

[tex]x=180^o-(31^o+40^o)[/tex]

Therefore, the equation [tex]x=180^o-(31^o+40^o)[/tex] can be used to find the value of x and option C is the correct choice.

The equation x° = 180° - (37°+ 53°) can be used to find the value of x.

Step-by-step explanation:

Step 1; There are three lines in the given diagram. There are a baseline and two other lines. Out of the other two lines, one extends above and below the baseline whereas the other extends only above. Since the baseline is horizontal and the others are at angles we have the sum of all the three angles as 180° i.e. 37°, x°, and 53°.

37° + x° + 53° = 180°.

Step 2; To solve the value of x, we keep the unknown value at the left-hand side whereas all the known values are taken to the right side of the equation.

x° = 180° - (37°+ 53°).

So the fifth option can be used to determine the value of x.

Depends on what x represents.

Step-by-step explanation:

Can you provide more details?

The equation x = 180 - (31 + 40) can be used. Because the angles are in a straight line ad straight line equals 180 degrees

The 3 angles when added together make a straight line which is 180 degrees. To find x subtract the 2 known angles from 180.

The answer would be x = 180 - (67 + 52)