What is the value of x in the rhombus seen in the figure?
145 degrees.
35 degrees.
65 degrees.
165 degrees.
Detailed Explanation
A rhombus has two pairs of equal angles that are supplementary. This means this rhombus must have two 35-degree angles, and the remaining two must be supplementary to 35 degrees. Thus, the angle of x is 180 - 35 = 145 degrees.
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