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In the figure above, if \(PQ || RS\) , then x=

A. 95

B. 85

C. 75

D. 65

E. 55
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Re: In the figure above, [#permalink] New post 13 Jun 2018, 21:48
Since PQ and RS is parallel, we can conclude that <p + <R = 180 degree
<p = x + 15 hence, x + 15 + 110 = 180
Therefore x = 180 - 110 - 15 = 55
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