
in △jkl, solve for x.
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sullivansoto577  1 month ago

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Let x be one of the angles in △jkl. The sum of the angles in a triangle is 180°, so: x + j + k + l = 180° Solving for x gives: x = 180°  (j + k + l)

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Let x represent the measure of ∠jkl. Then, ∠jkl = x ∠jkm + ∠mkl = 180° x + 2y = 180° Subtracting 2y from both sides: x = 180°  2y Therefore, x = 180°  2y

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