ALGEBRA 1
posted by DANIELLE .
If M angle 1 =3X=10 and M angle2=x=14
and clld, find the value of x.
Here is what I DID NOT SURE IF I am on the right path
3x+1o=x+14
3x=x+1410
2x=4
x=4/2
x=2
Thanks much.
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