Target Mindy scored exactly 100 on this dart board. How many darts did she throw, and where did they land?. Target Answer. Mindy shot 6 darts. She hit the 16, 2 times and hit the 17, 4 times. 16 x 2 = 32 17 x 4 = 68 32 + 68 = 100. Triangles. Lesson 10-4. Triangle.

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ByOpening. Solve the equation to find the value of the variable x ° + 40° = 110 ° r ° – 44° = 135 ° n ° – 19° = 125 ° y ° – 55° = 35 ° 2 t ° + 10° = 140 ° 2 w ° – 65° = 175°. x = 70°. r = 179°. n = 144°. y = 90°. t = 65°. w= 120°. Lesson 1-5. Measuring and Constructing Angles.

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ByTarget Mindy scored exactly 100 on this dart board. How many darts did she throw, and where did they land?. Target Answer. Mindy shot 6 darts. She hit the 16, 2 times and hit the 17, 4 times. 16 x 2 = 32 17 x 4 = 68 32 + 68 = 100. Triangles. Lesson 10-4. Triangle.

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