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give examples for euclids axioms and postulates

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let the first angle be x

second angle be x-90 degree

therefore , x+(x+25)=90 degree

2x+25=90 degree

2x=90-25

2x=65

x=65/2=32.5

I didn"t understand this question .pls experts answer fast

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