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Triangles: The Angles in a Triangle Sum Up to 180°

If triangle $$ACD$$ is equilateral and triangle $$ACB$$ is right as shown above, what is the value of $$x^\circ$$?
Correct. [[snippet]] Given that $$AC = AD = CD$$, triangle $$ACD$$ is an equilateral triangle with all three angles equal to $$\frac{180^\circ}{3} = 60^\circ$$. So >$$x^\circ = 180^\circ - \angle ACB - \angle DAC = 180^\circ - 90^\circ - 60^\circ = 30^\circ$$.
Incorrect. [[snippet]] You might have gotten this answer if you found $$\angle CDB$$ instead of $$\angle CBD$$.
Incorrect. [[snippet]] Carefully check your calculations.
Incorrect. [[snippet]] This is the measures of the angles in triangle $$ACD$$, not the value of $$x$$.
Incorrect. [[snippet]] Carefully check your work.
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