R rachelmaddie Full Member Joined Aug 30, 2019 Messages 566 Sep 9, 2019 #1 the figure, and are opposite rays. and bisects . If m<JKN = 8x + 2 and m<MKL = 3x + 5, what is m<MKN? So far, I have m<JKN + 2(m<MKL) = 180

the figure, and are opposite rays. and bisects . If m<JKN = 8x + 2 and m<MKL = 3x + 5, what is m<MKN? So far, I have m<JKN + 2(m<MKL) = 180

C calebisms New member Joined Sep 5, 2019 Messages 1 Sep 9, 2019 #2 That's a great start. You're almost there. Time to pull out those algebra skills and solve for x, which you can then use to find the angles! What happens when you plug the two given equations (with x in them) into the equation you made?

That's a great start. You're almost there. Time to pull out those algebra skills and solve for x, which you can then use to find the angles! What happens when you plug the two given equations (with x in them) into the equation you made?