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JustCurious
 2 years ago
The figure shows a triangular park ABC. The area DEFC is cordoned off by putting barricades on the sides DE and EF.
What is the total length of the barricades DE and EF?
a. 36 feet
b. 90 feet
c. 108 feet
d. 120 feet
JustCurious
 2 years ago
The figure shows a triangular park ABC. The area DEFC is cordoned off by putting barricades on the sides DE and EF. What is the total length of the barricades DE and EF? a. 36 feet b. 90 feet c. 108 feet d. 120 feet

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atlas
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0DE // CF right?? So elementary geometry shall tell you that the Ratio AD:DC = AE:EB You can get the value of DC from here and DC=EF right??

atlas
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0And then EF//CD................so go through the same process again and find CF
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