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anonymous
  • anonymous
#13 ONLY!
freckles
  • freckles
\[BE \cdot DE=CE \cdot AE \]
freckles
  • freckles
BE=2(EC) DE=3.5 so we have: \[2(EC) \cdot 3.5=EC \cdot AE \\ \text{ hmm this means we can actually find } AE \\ 2(3.5)=AE \text{ by dividing } EC \text{ on both sides } \\ AE=7'' \\ \text{ and we know } AC=12'' \\ \] but you can find CE now

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freckles
  • freckles
but if not let me know if you are still stumped all the theorem I applied above it called the intersecting chord theorem
moazzam07
  • moazzam07
Freckels

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