First, let's define what an angle bisector is. Suppose you draw an angle labeled RST where the vertex is at point S, as shown in the attached picture. The angle bisector is a line segment that is drawn from the vertex S and extended outwards, such that it divides the angle into two equal parts. In this case, the angle bisector is line segment SV. The orange angle represents the total angle equal to (8x-14)°. The half of the angle, denoted as the red curve, represents (3x + 5)°. Th equation to be used is:

∠RST = 2×∠RSV

8x - 14 = 2(3x+5)

8x-14 = 6x + 10

8x - 6x = 10+14

2x = 24

x = 24/2

**x = 12°**
**Answer:**

2HRS 45 MIN

**Step-by-step explanation:**

T=D/S

T=66km/24km/h

T=2.75 hrs/2hrs 45min

**Answer:**

3 grams

**Step-by-step explanation:**

A triangle has 3 sides so it would be 3 grams

**Answer:**

x^2 = 25? I'm not sure

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