Given: | |
Find: |
, , and |
To find:
The value of
Given:
And,
Figure (1)
Approach:
(1) The sum of linear pair of angles is equal to
(2) The sum of three angles in a triangle is equal to
Calculation:
Substitute
Substitute
Since, the sum of the interior angles of a triangle is
Multiply equation (3) by 2 and subtract equation (4) from the equation to obtain the value of y.
Substitute
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