In the figure below,FGis the bisector of the angleJFL. What is the value ofx - y?

I have a bisecting angle with x+20 on one side of the bisecting line and y+80 on the other. How do I figure this out when I am not given the angles degree?

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- Jun 7th 2007, 06:59 PM #1

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## value of x+y

In the figure below,

*FG*is the bisector of the angle*JFL*. What is the value of*x - y*?

I have a bisecting angle with x+20 on one side of the bisecting line and y+80 on the other. How do I figure this out when I am not given the angles degree?

- Jun 7th 2007, 07:39 PM #2

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- Jun 7th 2007, 07:48 PM #3

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## value of x-y diagram

here is an attachment to that diagram. I know it is probably pretty easy but I just am not getting this geometry online course I have to take. Not enough examples etc. Let me know if you still think it is what you put, but that does make sense kind of.

- Jun 7th 2007, 08:45 PM #4

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