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If BC is parallel to DE, then all of the following are equivalent except *drawing inc* AD/AB DE/BC CE/AC AE/AC

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  1. anonymous
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    |dw:1328734472526:dw|

  2. anonymous
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    CE/AC

  3. anonymous
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    to be equivalent to the others it should be AC / CE

  4. anonymous
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    same picture different question AC = 4, AE = 7, AD = 10, what is the length of AB? answers: 1 3/7 2 1/2 5 5/7 17 1/2

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    4/7 = AB/ 10 AB = 40/7 = 5 5/7

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    theres 2 more questions with that same picture..can u please answer them?

  7. anonymous
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    i wont answer them but i'll point you in the right direction - i'd like you to be able to do them yourself

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    ok..BC parallel to DE. BC = 6, DE = 9 Which of the following could be the lengths of AB and BD respectively?

  9. anonymous
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    the large and small triangles are similar so corresponding sides are in same proportion. so BC/DE = 6/9 = AB / AD and BD = AD- AB

  10. anonymous
    • 2 years ago
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    so whats the answer

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