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The figure below shows CB = 4, BE = 5, AB = 2x – 2, and DB = x + 14. If △ABC ~ △DBE, the value of x is _________

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  1. hasti15930
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    help mehhhh :( please?

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  2. hasti15930
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    (ಥ﹏ಥ)

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    ur image source got cookie error?

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  4. hasti15930
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    ill reupload it

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    Ok well you know the 2 short legs and 2 hypotenuse or just make an equation \[4/5 = x+14/ 2x -2\] Just solve it

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    i got 0.35

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    is that the answer?

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    somebody PLEASE help meh :( im gonna explodeeeee

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    (2x−2)/(4)=(x+14)/(5)

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    Can u work it out from up here, or u want me to expand the equation more?

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  12. hasti15930
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    so if i do the equation i have my answer?

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    yes

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    Here, i'll expand it more for u 5(2x−2)=4(x+14)

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    thnks ^-^

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    You're welcome :D

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    :D

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    :)

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  19. hasti15930
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    (づ。◕‿‿◕。)づ

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  20. dev_87424
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    Hey sorry man I thought I posted the answer

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    its kay :) thanks anyway

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