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If AB=5, CD=6, and FE=10, calculate the values of segment AE and segment CE.

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    resorted to doing x(x+6)+10(x+10) but i don't think that's the correct way

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    @jim_thompson5910

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    |dw:1434771323592:dw|

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    AB = 5 CD = 6 FE = 10 |dw:1434771465722:dw|

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    Rule: tangents that meet at the same point are congruent http://ef004.k12.sd.us/ch10no19.gif

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    so that means AB = AF CD = BC FE = DE

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    @jim_thompson5910 SO AE=15 and CE= 16 I thought that since th ebeginning but I didnt think it was that easy thank you so much!!

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    no problem

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