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m<XYZ=117 Find m<XYW and m<WYZ Y=(6x+44) Z=(-10x+65)

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Vectors and spaces
asked 2021-02-08
m Find m Y=(6x+44)
Z=(-10x+65)

Answers (1)

2021-02-09
First, you combine the equations in blue to be -4x + 109 = 117
Now solve for x x=-2
And finally, substitute -2 in for x in the blue equations to get the angle's values. You can check your work by seeing if the values add up to 117 (which they do) :)
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