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Rectangle ADEF and isosceles trapezoid FBCE both have a base of 4. The lower base angles of the trapezoid are 45° and the legs of the trapezoid are 2. How long is BC? Round your answer to the nearest tenth.

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    |dw:1360349384355:dw| Do you see why?

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    yes so how do i solve it

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    0.9 1.2 1.5 1.8 show me like the last problem please

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    its just one of those days ;)

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    the section we want is K; and we should be able to see the x+x+K = 4 therefore K = 4 - 2x, and there are many ways to solve for x ....

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