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Which is a possible value for x? 12 13 14 15

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    is there any information about other angles or sides...

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    nopee :/

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    ummm the most obvious answer is 13, which is 34 = 2x + 8 but the sides opposite the angles aren't equal... so you can't equate the angles... and you can't prove congruency... I'd say 2x + 8 < 34 since the side opposite is shorter... 13 < 16 so solving 2x+8 < 34 gives x < 13 which means it must be 12... hope it makes some sense....

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    Thanks Your A Life Saver :D Imma POst My Last One Up Now (:

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    ok... I have a few minutes

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