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Find the values of x The equtions is the when you click on the question Please help

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    not enough information.

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    okay hold on let my write th whole question. The points K and M are points of tangency. Find the value(s) of x.

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    i think you set 7x-8=4x+7 3x=15 x=5

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    thanks so much :)

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    Unless KJ and MJ are specified as tangents, you cannot set 7x-8 = 4x+7.

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    so 4x+7 is the answer

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    but most likely dancr on fires answer is right, because it looks like thats what the people who gave the problem meant

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