Mathematics

Find x, y, z.

SOLUTION
$x+120^\circ=180^\circ$ ----------angles on a straight line is equal to $180^\circ$

$x=180^\circ-120^\circ=60^\circ$

$z=x=60^\circ$ -----------corresponding angles

$y=120^\circ$ -------------alternate angles You're just one step away

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