How do I find the value of x in geometry?

Orval Ambler asked, updated on July 2nd, 2021; Topic: how to find the value of x
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Since the value of all angles within a triangle must equal 180 degrees, if you know at least two angles, you can subtract them from 180 to find the missing third angle. If you are working with equilateral triangles, divide 180 by three to find the value of X.

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Beside that, how do you find the value of X outside a circle?

Even in the case, how do you find the value of the variable in a circle?

Well, how do you find the value of x in chords and arcs?

How do u solve for x?

Isolate x by dividing each term by the x coefficient. Just divide 3x and 9 by 3, the x term coefficient, to solve for x. 3x/3 = x and 3/3 = 1, so you're left with x = 1.

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