# SOLUTION: lines p and q intersect to form adjacent angles 1 and 2. if measurement of angle 1 = 3x+18 and mearsurement of angle 2 = -8y-70, find the values of x and y so that p is perpendicul

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Angles Question 155134This question is from textbook california geometry : lines p and q intersect to form adjacent angles 1 and 2. if measurement of angle 1 = 3x+18 and mearsurement of angle 2 = -8y-70, find the values of x and y so that p is perpendicular to q.This question is from textbook california geometry Answer by orca(409)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!If line p and q are perpendicular to each other, all angles must be equal to 90°. So 3x + 18 = 90 .................(1) -8y - 70 = 90 ................(2) Solving equation (1) for x, we have 3x = 72 x = 24 Solving equation (2) for y, we have -8y = 160 y = -20