  <p>It was a set of parallel lines that formed an isosceles triangle-</p>

<p>On the top angle, it was 70 degrees and it had xs on both sides.</p>

<p>The right answer was 35, but I put down 55- was this question experimental or was it on the grid in section of the math?</p>

<p>The question was not experimental, but the right answer was 55. Why would it be 35?</p>

<p>I also recall it not being a grid in.</p>

<p>but i thought it asked for x, so when u got 55, u had to subtract from 90, didn't u?</p>

<p>We could be talking about different problems.</p>

<p>As I recall it, there was an isosceles triangle with 70 degrees at the top, and 2 other angles "x." In that case x would be 55.</p>

<p>thats the problem i'm talking about</p>

<p>Why would you subtract from 90?</p>

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<p>\x
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70
/
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/</p>

<h2>/x</h2>

<p>Lolwut. Are you mixing up the isosceles triangle problem with the y=30 degrees solve for x problem?
..../.\
.../70.\
../.......\
./..........\
/x..........x\
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<p>That is the problem I'm referring to.</p>

<p>It was 55....</p>

<p>really? YES! :D</p>