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    The figure below shows two congruent triangular parks. What equation would help you to solve for the side length of BC and EF? Explain your reasoning using complete sentences.

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    since they are congruent sides BC and EF must be equal, so: BC=x+6 and EF=2x-3 implies x+6=2x-3 that would be the equation!

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    thank you!

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    yw!

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