quadrilateral abcd is inscribed in a circle with m∠a = (x)degrees, m∠b = (2x – 10)degrees, and m∠c = (3x)degree. what is m∠d?

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quadrilateral abcd is inscribed in a circle with m∠a = (x)degrees, m∠b = (2x – 10)degrees, and m∠c = (3x)degree. what is m∠d?

A. 45 degrees
B. 135 degrees
C. 100 degrees
D. 80 degrees

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    2021-09-06T04:00:36+00:00

    Hello,

    When you have a polygon inscribed in a circle, the opposite angles are supplementary.

    So we can start by saying that A + C = 180. Or x + 3x = 180. This gives us a value of 45 for x.

    If we input that in for angle B, we get: 2(25) – 10 = 80.

    If angle B = 80, then angle D must be 100, because the angles are supplementary.

    Good luck,
    MrEQ

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