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Challenge! Ready? What is the value of x, given that Line PQ is parallel to Line BC ? http://assets.openstudy.com/updates/attachments/54edfb85e4b055f23ccc9b9e-letslearn2000-1424882573300-15.png

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- marihelenh

x=12. Am I right?

- anonymous

you have to show your work; otherwise you could have cheated ;)

- anonymous

Geometry is all about proofs my friend

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Hey professor, my favorite guy on here :)

- mathstudent55

\(\dfrac{8}{x} = \dfrac{12}{18} \)
\(x = \dfrac{8 \times 18}{12} \)
\(x = 12\)

- marihelenh

Are you serious? Was this a challenge even?

- anonymous

It was and the professor is correct.

- marihelenh

He was correct. But you know what else? I was correct, too, even before he came on.

- anonymous

You didn't show your work.

- mathstudent55

This challenge is a thinly disguised way of getting people to your homework.
Just call every problem a challenge, and someone will take it on.
After a while, the entire homework assignment has been done.

- mathstudent55

We must show work because the homework assignment requires it.

- anonymous

Lol 909 or I am a math nerd

- anonymous

Math is fun

- marihelenh

So, why even do it then? What is your reasoning behind that? If they aren't willing to even ask it as a question, why do you still give them an answer? @mathstudent55

- mathstudent55

I am hoping she at least learns something.
I don't just give a final answer.
I solve the entire problem step by step.
She has the option of following the solution and learning something from it.

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