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Find the value of x if line QS bisects angle PQR and measure of angle PQR equals 82 degrees. angle PQS=10x+1

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1. POS= 1/2 of 82, so 10x+1= 42.
You can do that.
A bisector splits something into 2 equal halves.
If you can't get it , draw a picture, it helps.
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2. Sorry, I meant half of 82.. so in 10x+1=41.
Anyway, x= 10. Hope I caught you in time.

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3. Why wouldn't x=4

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4. OP messed it up a bit, it is x=4

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5. Because

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6. The answer is 4, I am verifying!!!

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7. Hi so um I'm literally saying this because I don't know how to do this math problem.

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8. Find the Value of x if QS bisects <PQR and m<PQR = 82.
10x + 1 = 42 (42 because it's half of 82 just like PQS is in the half of PQR in the figure.)
10x = 41
x = 82

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10. Lulu is wrong I chose the answer and the answer is 4!

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