If the exterior angle of a triangle is 120 degree and its interior opposite angles are (15x+5) and (22x+4), find the value of x

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If the exterior angle of a triangle is 120 degree and its interior opposite angles are (15x+5) and (22x+4), find the value of x

the answer is the option b

the range is all real numbers

step-by-step explanation:

we know that

the absolute value parent function is equal to

see the attached figure to better understand the problem

so

a. it is v-shaped > is true

b. the range is all real numbers > is not true

because the range is the > [0,∞)

all real numbers greater than or equal to zero

c. it goes through the origin > is true

d. the domain is all real numbers > is true

step-by-step explanation:

The exterior angle is equal to the sum of opposite interior angles, so ...

(15x+5) + (22x+4) = 120

37x +9 = 120

x = (120 -9)/37 = 3

The value of x is 3.

The mode of the numbers is 29.