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Geometry help ?medal!

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    5. What is the value of x to the nearest tenth? a. x= 35.6 b. x= 10.5 c. x= 4.9 d. x= 1.5

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    @naahhbass

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    Have you heard of the Triangle Angle Bisector Theorem?

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    no I haven't :c

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    Here it is. This theorem states that an angle bisector in a triangle divides the opposite side into two segmetns that are proportional to their adjacent sides. |dw:1393541518885:dw|

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    ohhhh okay ! will you check my work ?

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    wait but it doesn't give a?

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    In the figure above, segment AD bisects angle CAB. That means the two segments of the opposite side of angle CAB, CD and BD are proportional to the sides AC and AB, respectiveley, as the proportion shows.

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    Solve the lower proportion by cross multiplying. |dw:1393541799522:dw|

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    okay hold on ill work out the problem

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    ok

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    10.5 ?

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    Correct. The answer is 10.5

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