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## What is the value of X so that L is parallel to M?

For l ∥ m, the corresponding angles must be equal. ∴ (2x + 15)° and (3x-10)° are both equal to the same angle. ∴ The value of x so that l ∥ m is 25°.

**What does parallel equal to?**

Testing for Parallel Lines

If Any Pair Of … | Example: |
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Alternate Exterior Angles are equal | b = g |

or | |

Consecutive Interior Angles add up to 180° | d + f = 180° |

… then the lines are Parallel |

### How do you find the value of x?

Generally, the algebraic expression should be any one of the forms such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. To find the value of x, bring the variable to the left side and bring all the remaining values to the right side. Simplify the values to find the result.

**How do you prove that L is parallel to M?**

First, find the value of 𝑥 which is an adjacent angle to 123° and then check it is equal to its corresponding angle or not. Here, the measure of corresponding angles are equal to 57°. Therefore, lines l and m are parallel to each other.

## Is parallel the same as equal?

Two lines are equal if there are two distinct points contained in both of them. The difference between equal lines and parallel lines is that equal lines consist of precisely the same points, whereas parallel lines have no points in common.

**What is the value of x angles?**

Find the value of X in triangles by subtracting known angle measurements from 180 degrees. Since the value of all angles within a triangle must equal 180 degrees, if you know at least two angles, you can subtract them from 180 to find the missing third angle.

### How do you find the value of x in a fraction?

How to Solve for x in Fractions

- Cross multiply the fractions. 4 * 15 = 10 * x.
- Solve the equation for x. x = (4 * 15) / 10.
- Simplify for x. x = 6.