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Please Help..? Figure ABCD is a rectangle. The length of segment AE is (2x + 1) units and the length of segment EC is (x + 7) units. What is the length of diagonal BD? (Picture Below)

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i dotn need a pic but even this looks hard
i posted ur Question on chat

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thanks kpop((:
... why isn't it the same.. ? I mean there's 90^0 angle ... I think they are the same AC and BD IMAO ! (I might be wrong ... ) is there more information given ?
no haha thats all the info :L its hard isnt it..?
possible answers: 8 units 14 units 26 units 30 units
auff... even If I try anything probably I'd get a very UGLY answer... LOL
i think i got an answer lol thanks for trying tho(:

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