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because it is a right triangle and the angle & side are congruent, you know that BC and FE are the same.
huh? it wants the length.

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right. it gives you the length of each side. so you need to solve for x, then plug in x, and you will find the length of BC!
because it is a right triangle, and AC=DF, and angle B=angle E, THEN you know that BC=FE. or, 3x+2=4x-6.
I know all of that, I just forgot how to actually solve 3x+2=4x-6
3x+2=4x-6 (3x+2)-3x=(4x-6)-3x 2=x-6 (2)+6=(x-6)+6 8=x
now plug in x to BC
B?????
nope! you're not done just yet. BC = 3x+2 x=8 therefore........answer is........?
I can't get it! >:-(
3(8)+2=?
26!!!!!!!!!!!
OMG! I had the answer, I thought it was wrong. D: Thank you!
great!

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