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computergeek123

  • 2 years ago

PLEASE HELP!!!

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  2. ProgramGuru
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    both are similar figures. so ratio of sides will be same that is DC/ML=BC/KL now solve for BC!!

  3. computergeek123
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    Yeah I don't get how to find BC! I figured out everything else?!

  4. ProgramGuru
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    just put the values of DC ML and KL and solve for BC

  5. computergeek123
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    No, I know everything is doubled but they never gave me the length of KL so I'm lost....

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    42/

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    ?**

  8. ProgramGuru
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    KL=2+5=7 inches. See the figure you will get it

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    BC= 42 inches

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    Did you understand???

  11. computergeek123
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    Yeah, thanks!

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