<p>I've been going through Grubers and so far it has been pretty good, a couple typos and mistakes in the key here and there, but I can mostly figure it out. </p>

<p>But I've been stuck on this geometry problem forever it seems like. Geometry is one of my weaker aspects of the math section, so I was wondering if someone could help me out.</p>

<p>It is in section 3-4 and in the workbook that is page 197. It is questions 18-20, find angle <'s y,x and z. </p>

<p>When I set the problem into algebraic functions, the variables always seem to cancel out. What am I doing wrong? I was doing so well in this section and I was happy because geo is probably my weakest subject. </p>

<p>Help???</p>

<p>Tomorrow I'll try to draw and scan a copy of the problem on graph paper because it would be nearly impossible for me to explain this problem with words if you don't have the triangles in front of you. </p>

<p>Thanks</p>