You are provided with an angle X(Take any random value).
You have to give out all other angles of intersection in list form
The result should be like (70,110,70,110,70,110,70,110)
Try to do it with only one linear pair.
It might be a bit easy. But It was my first try
in list form
What kind of?
Which angles should be in which order?
Also, very good math DC!
It would be nice to provide an example. Anyways, here is my solution in Python, I will post Kodular blocks in a few minutes.
x = int(input())
y = 180-x
list = [x,y,x,y,x,y,x,y]
EDIT: Kodular blocks posted.
Try with only one linear pair and you have to give 8 angles not four.
8 angles not four
Ok, so just repeat the four angles? lmao
Yes just repeat the four angles.
It can be that it has a mistake, because I have no companion at the moment so I couldn’t test it.
Aaand also I don’t know about emulators.
Let me clear it out you need to use properties if intersection.
When a line intersects two parallel lines, take reference from here:
Isn’t this juuust what we’ve done?
No, you can’t use linear pair* more than once.
*Sum of angles = 180
Yes, this is a better and faster and easier solution,
@Mateja. Of course I didn’t get this idea.
wdym? I don’t know much mathematic words in english, sorry.
*Sum of angles = 180 degrees
But as I said he is subtracting it from 180 every time.
But according to the rules you can use that only once.
use that only once
Oooh. I understand now. Thx!
What’s with my solution? I just
subtracting it from 180
, So what?
That’s pretty much the same thing
Just see this
2x=360-2y. These are just the same equations.
You need to use mathematical properties to find out the solution.
Yes but I am using variable, so I am not
Yes, both the solutions are right. So I am marking the first one as solution.