At the end of the lesson, the final answer should be y = 26 1/3 OR 26.33333..., NOT 26.2
In this lesson, we learn how to use angle measures and relationships to solve for variables. The instructor shows how to use vertical angles and supplementary angles to solve for X and Y in an example problem. Through the process, we see how different angle relationships, such as alternate interior angles and corresponding angles, are used to find the values of unknown angles.
Solving for a variable in angle measure relationships. Vertical angles and supplementary angles are used in this example.
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