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anonymous
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Directrix
  • Directrix
1. Multiply both sides by 4 to get 2x -8 = 20 and solve for x. 2. Multiply both sides by 3 ==> 3( b/3 ) + 3(4) = 15(3) and solve for b. 3. Instructions? Find area? Find perimeter? 4. Use cross products property to get 9n = 36(11) and solve for n. 5. Use cross products property to get 5(x-1) = 12(10) and solve for x. Post answers and I'll check if you like.

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