In a parallelogram, one angle is 2/5th of the adjacent angles. Determine the angles of the parallelogram. Let the adjacent angles be 2x Let the other angle be y Accordingly, y=6/5∗2x What is next?

Elias Heath 2022-09-22 Answered
In a parallelogram, one angle is 2 / 5 t h of the adjacent angles. Determine the angles of the parallelogram.
Let the adjacent angles be 2 x
Let the other angle be y
Accordingly, y = 6 / 5 2 x
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Lorenzo Acosta
Answered 2022-09-23 Author has 13 answers
You have the following equations. First, if we call x and y the different angles that you can find in the parallelogram.
2 x + 2 y = 360
And then the relation between x and y reads:
2 x 5 = y
You can get the answer from here.
x = 900 7 y = 360 7
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Adrien Jordan
Answered 2022-09-24 Author has 1 answers
In a parallelogram, addition of 2 adjacent angles always produces π. If any of the adjacent angles(the angles to the clockwise and the anti-clockwise direction to any angle A are mutually equal) is x, then the angle in question is 2 x 5 .
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