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  • 5 years ago

find x if eg is a median of triangle DEF.. 5x-17 & 3x+1

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    If eg is the median, that means 5x-17=3x+1 2x=18 x=9

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    thanks! :)

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    no problem

  5. anonymous
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    i'm going to post some more questions bc i got 11 pages of work to do that i don't know how to do... lol

  6. anonymous
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    haha you should try harder :)

  7. anonymous
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    well i would but i don't know how to do it :(

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    don't be sad it takes time :)

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    i tried doing it the other night but then i got frustrated.

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    yea i feel ya haha but once you solve it, u feel very successful haha

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    new problem! find x & RT if SU is a median of RST

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    you should be able to find x on your own right now

  13. anonymous
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    RT=TU+UR=(2x+24)+(5x-30) So then you just plug whatever x is into the equation

  14. anonymous
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    okay.. but then okay it confuses me greatly when i have to find x,y,& z.

  15. anonymous
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    why? combine similar terms and isolate variables, and solve for it

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    look i'll show you what i'm talkin' aboutt.

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    OH haha this really takes time to do ...

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    yeah..i see. lol

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    it is blurry

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    i'll try to take a clearer picture.

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